WHO: PS CENTER STAGE PLAYERS
WHAT: 4 performances, of the musical, “CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD”
WHEN: 7PM, on Thursdays and Fridays, January 7, 8, 14 and 15
WHERE: Jo Brighton Skills Center Auditorium, 4460-18th St., Wyandotte
TICKET INFO: Student and Senior tickets are $8. All other Adults tickets are $12. (group discount available)
CONTACT: For additional information, call 734-771-0590.
DIRECTED BY: Penny Lynn Siler
“Dear God. How did you know you were God?”
“Dear God. Are you really invisible or is that just a trick?”
“Dear God. How come you did all the miracles in the old days and you don’t do any now?”
These are just some of the hard hitting questions and tell-it-like-it-is revelations that make up CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD, the new Musical inspired by the international best-selling book. Taken directly from the letters of young people writing to “the Big G,”
CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD is family fun featuring a cast of five young actors (Taylor Goodwin, Megan Sarnowski, Dexter Kmet, Angel Kennedy Montgomery and Harmony Bedikian) plus chorus members (Aubrey Diebold, Emily MacIntyre, Angelina Taylor and Josie Regaldo)
Stuart Hample, the creator of the best selling book, has adapted CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD form the page to the stage with music by David Evans (Birds of Paradise) and lyrics by Douglas J. Cohen (No Way to treat a Lady).
Original direction by Stafford Arima (Altar Boyz, the West End production of Ragtime) and Original Musical Staging by Patti Wilcox.