ArtsBeatLA

“Little Red Riding Hood” a musical in English or Spanish at Theater West

Storybook Theatre’s award-winning musical is a retelling of the beloved fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood.  This live show offers opportunities for audience participation as Little Red Riding Hood goes through the woods to Granny’s house. There is a Granny at the Pianny, a funny wolf, and an adorable Little Riding Hood. 

A sneaky wolf intercepts Little Red Riding Hood in the woods and tries to pull a fast one on her grandma, only to discover that Little Red and Grandma have a big surprise in store for him!

Not too scary, not too dark, this imaginative production is just right for ages 3-9. There’s humor, songs and lots of audience interaction that make this show great fun for the whole family.

***Spanish Language Shows on Saturdays, Nov 19, Dec 17, and Jan 21 at 11am***
**ASL Interpreted Show on Jan 14, 2023 at 1pm

Runs through January 28, 2023
On Saturdays at 1pm

*Spanish Language Shows on Saturdays, Nov 19, Dec 17, and Jan 21 at 11am
**ASL Interpreted Show Jan 14 at 1pm

Tickets: $15.00 for all ages. Buy Tickets Online

*COVID Policy:
Masks must be worn at all times in the theatre except for children younger than three years.
The actors will remove their masks only while performing.

Book, music and lyrics by Lloyd J. Schwartz. Directed and produced by Mario Rocha and Lloyd J. Schwartz. Spanish translation by Liane Schirmer. A Storybook Theatre musical. Storybook Theatre is a program of Theatre West. Set design: Ashley Taylor. Costume design: Mylette Nora.

The cast includes Natalia Gonzalez, Zahaira Curiel, Samantha Barrios, Ariella Fiore, Melodee Fernandez, Graciela Valderama, Oscar Nava, Mario Rocha, Ben Hernandez, Gabriel Gonzalez.   

Pictured above: Natalia Gonzalez (l.), Graciela Valderama. Photo credit: Garry Kluger.       

Little Red Riding Hood. – a musical for children and their families.

Directed and produced by Barbara Mallory.

Playing at Theatre West

3333 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Los Angeles, CA 90068.

This is close to Universal City and North Hollywood. There is parking in a privately-operated lot across the street (fee charged). 

Runs through January 28, 2023
On Saturdays at 1pm

***Spanish Language Shows on Saturdays, Nov 19, Dec 17, and Jan 21 at 11am***
**ASL Interpreted Show Jan 14 at 1pm

All seats $15.00. 

Reservations: (323) 851-7977. Online ticketing: www.theatrewest.org or here.

 Special accommodations for birthday parties and school field trips can be made at (323) 851-4839.

About Theatre West:

Established in 1962, Theatre West is the oldest continually running professional theatre company in the city of Los Angeles. It is a membership collective of actors, playwrights, directors, and technicians. Theatre West’s alumni members include Ray Bradbury, Beau Bridges, Richard Dreyfuss, Sally Field, Betty Garrett, Martin Landau, Lee Meriwether, Jack Nicholson, Carroll O’Connor, Sherwood Schwartz, Joyce Van Patton, and Paul Winfield.   Theatre West has produced more than 300 plays and musicals.  Of these plays, nearly 70% are original works developed in its workshops and many have led to Broadway, regional tours, and feature films including A Bronx Tale by Chazz Palminteri and A Very Brady Musical by Lloyd Schwartz and Hope Juber.  Our season continues with Eisenhower: This Piece of Ground;Winter Wishes: A Holiday Cabaret Theatre and 18 Minutes of Fame in December; and Moose on the Loose by Dina Morrone in April 2023.  Theatre West is supported in part by The Ahmanson Foundation, California Arts Council, Peter Glenville Foundation, Kaplan-Loring Foundation, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, and Lloyd E. Rigler- Lawrence E. Deutsch Foundation.

Covid-19 safety protocols in effect on all performance dates will be observed. As of this writing, that means that audience members must wear masks.

Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.

Add comment

Categories

Follow us

Follow ArtsBeat LA on social media for the latest arts news.

Categories