The inaugural production of Saturday Morning Cartoons sold out every seat in November 2014. With storylines created by children, polished by adult playwrights, and presented by professional actors, this new edition promises the same infectious energy.
Every edition of Saturday Morning Cartoons offers a brand new set of opportunities for local playwrights to collaborate with their children. This episode of Saturday Morning Cartoons includes:
– Tigery and Heavens-to-Betsey Get Lost in the Salad Bar by Nora Jorgensen and Ruchi Harris with Gillian Jorgensen
– POPULATION 51- EPISODE 9: The Very Bad Blanket by Rowan Ellis Neal and K. Brian Neel
– The Lunar Sea of Golden Blooms by Hero and Tethys Notis with Darian Lindle
– Scooby Doo Doo by Eli Pruzan with Juliet Waller Pruzan
– Ghostbusters X : Venkman Vs. Zuul: The Final Battle by Stella Rawley with Wayne Rawley
– The World’s Most Dangerous Car Part 2 by Olivia Sterne with Jennifer Dice
Featuring Christina Alexander, Val Brunetto, Alissa Cattabriga, Jaryl Allen Draper, Melissa Slaughter, and Henry James Walker. Directed by Steven Sterne.
Costumer Design – Wyly Astley
Props/Set Design – Gerard Menendez
Stage Manager/Sound Designer – Jim Jewell
Production Assistant/ASM/JOAT – Kacey Shiflet
B-Sides: Saturday Morning Cartoons
April 18 & 25 and May 2 & 9, 2015 @ 10:30am
The Pocket Theatre – 8312 Greenwood Ave N
$10 adults/$5 kids online (or $14/$7 at the door).
Seating is general admission and all children MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Help us keep bringing cartoons back to Saturday mornings! Donate to Saturday Morning Cartoons and get the following benefits:
$25 – One free child ticket to any future performance
$50 – One free adult ticket and a Saturday Morning Cartoons coffee mug
$100 – One free adult ticket, one free child ticket, and a pair of a Saturday Morning Cartoons coffee mugs
B-Sides & Rarities is a Partner Project of The 14/48 Projects , and your donation is tax-deductible thanks to Freehold Studio Theatre/Lab.
The November 2014 edition of Saturday Morning Cartoons was produced in association with The Pocket Theater and featured all-new plays by:
Maria Glanz and Finn Judd;
Declan, Keelan, and Paul Mullin;
Penelope Venturini and Marcy Rodenborn;
Olivia and Jim Jewell;
Jack and Joe Zavadil;
and special guest Paul Shipp.
Directed by Shawn Belyea and Jim Jewell.
Performed by Val Brunetto, Sam Hagen, D’Arcy Harrison, Cole Hornaday, Kacey Shiflet, and Cody Smith. Costumes by Wyly Astley. Props by Gerard Menendez.