Theatre Arts Productions (TAP), in partnership with the Village of Wellington, is producing the play “Frosty” for children. The play is written by Richard Dolce, the artistic producing director of the John W. Engeman Theatre of Northport, N.Y., and is directed by Debi Dubin-Kaufman.
“This is a play for children performed by adults,” said Jaycie Cohen, founding artistic director of TAP. “We would like to make this an annual performance and, if successful, the beginning of a children’s series to be directed by Debi Dubin-Kaufman. Our mission is to create live theater for all members of the community.”
This will be the Florida premiere of “Frosty.” Members of the cast are: Ashleigh Gans (Narrator), Debi Dubin-Kaufman (Ethel Pierpot), Shelby Tudor (Jenny), Debra Simon (Mayor Mom) and Renako Harmon (Frosty).
Can Jenny and the Mayor save Frosty and the Town of Chillsville from the evil Ethel Pierpot who wants to melt all the snow, along with Frosty?
All performances are at the Wellington Community Center. After the premiere on Friday, Jan. 6, future performances will be held Friday, Jan. 13 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 15 at 2 and 4 p.m. Tickets cost $15 plus fees online in advance and $20 plus fees at the door.