November 10, 2017

The Ever After - A Musical

Tickets Information

Individual Tickets:  $6 each for all ages!

Please note: Season tickets ($18 for all 4 plays) and Flex Passes cannot be ordered online. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please contact the Box Office:

262-633-4218

Box Office hours:

Monday – Friday, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

90 minutes prior to curtain through intermission

The Packy Play experience

At the performances, Packy welcomes the audience and introduces the show. The plays are filled with action, humor, audience participation, imaginative story-lines, and catchy tunes to keep kids interested and involved. When a play ends, the actors greet fans, sign autographs, and pose for photos in the lobby.

Packy’s Theatre Rules

  • Plays are appropriate for children ages 4 and older. Children younger than 8 must be accompanied by an adult.  Please do not bring babies.
  • No eating or drinking allowed in the theater. Concession sold at the performance should be consumed in the lobby.
  • The taking of pictures and the use of recording devices are prohibited during the performance. However, photos with the cast may be taken in the lobby after the performance.
  • Children who do not behave will be asked to leave the auditorium

How long are the Packy Plays?

Plays are generally one hour in length.

Can I sit with my friends?

Seating is general admission – not reserved – so you can always sit with family and friends.

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The Ever After - A Musical

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OVERVIEW

Is Ever After really as happy as everyone expected? 

In a hilarious parody of daytime TV, host Sally Lizzie Jesse Donatello-Griffin wonders if time truly heals all wounds.  She invites Cinderella and her stepsisters to reconcile with each other, along with other, familiar fairy tale faces who tell their Ever After stories.

This hysterical fractured fairy tale has it all: a trash-talking clairvoyant mirror, an unfortunate prince who is turning slowly back into a frog and even Jiminy Cricket — now an occupational therapist and author of the book “My Life as Your Conscience.” The musical is punctuated by questions from obnoxious studio audience members and great foot-tapping songs like ’Beauty Impaired’ and ’Dainty Do-Gooder’!

 

Presented by E. Motions

 

Book by Nathan Hartswick

Music and Lyrics by Bill Francoeur

Produced in arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.