Morningside College to present “Snow White and the Missing Dwarfs” with The LAMB Caravan
July 10, 2014, in Latest News
Morningside College will present “Snow White and the Missing Dwarfs” with The LAMB Caravan at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, July 25, and at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 26, in the Buhler Outdoor Performance Center, 3625 Garretson Ave., on the college’s campus.
The free performances are part of the Betty Ling Tsang Fine Arts Series at Morningside College. In the event of rain, the performances will move to Eppley Auditorium, 3625 Garretson Ave., on the Morningside campus.
“Snow White and the Missing Dwarfs” tells what happened after Snow White’s “happily ever after.” Because the seven dwarfs helped Snow White, the Wicked Queen will return to place a terrible curse on them. Afraid, the dwarfs go into hiding. When Snow White returns to thank the dwarfs for their kindness, she finds them missing.
This original, interactive musical has been performed in seven states in front of almost 20,000 children and their families since September 2013. It was written by Diana Guhin Wooley, CEO of LAMB Arts LTD in Sioux City.
The LAMB Caravan is a program of LAMB Arts Regional Theatre that began in the fall of 2009. It offers LAMB students the opportunity to experience a touring show while providing many underserved communities the opportunity to experience a live theatrical family production.
The Betty Ling Tsang Fine Arts Series is named for the late Betty Ling Tsang, a 1940 Morningside College music graduate. It is designed to bring free, quality music and theatre performances to residents of the Sioux City area.
Other productions this summer include the Stephen Sondheim musical “Putting It Together: A Musical Review” on Aug. 8 and 9.
Construction on the Morningside campus restricts parking near, and access to, the Buhler Outdoor Performance Center. Parking is available behind the Olsen Student Center on Peters Avenue and in the Lewis Hall visitor lot, the Facilities Services lot along Garretson Avenue, the east portion of the Grace United Methodist Church lot and the Eppley Auditorium lot.