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Into the Woods Junior – Mississippi Mudds Youth Theatre Production

The Mississippi Mudds Youth Theatre Production presents Into the Woods Junior opening February 25th at the Town Hall Auditorium.

Mississippi Mudds Carleton Place

Plan to attend one of the shows on February 25 (7pm) – 26 (2pm) or March 4 (7pm) – 5th (2pm). Tickets are on $15 or if you attend the opening night show they are only $10.

When a baker and his wife learn they have been cursed with childlessness by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell: swindling, deceiving and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack (the one who climbed the beanstalk). Full of lively music, colourful costumes and energetic action this will be treat for the whole family.

For All the Theatre Lovers of Carleton Place

Perth’s Orion Theatre Company with their crazy and wild ‘Into the Woods’ music will be coming to the stage this February 4, 5, 6 at 8 pm; and in February 11, 12, 13, at 2 pm. Matinees will be on the 7th and 14th. The venue will be on the old Perth Shoe Factory: The Myriad Centre. Tickets are sold at $25, and can be availed by calling 613-264-9610.

There are 3 events booked in Perth’s Studio Theatre this month. The first was last February 1: the Buddy Holly Lives. This coming 12th and 13th, the New Ottawa Repertory Company will have a presentation of Mother Butterfly by Paul Dervis. Tickets are sold at $18 through The Shadowfax and The Book Nook.

On February 26, 27, and 28, Director Cathy Clarke has assembled a live radio show similar to how it was done in the 1930’s, with advertising tunes and live bands, for the Valley Players of Almonte’s production of ‘The Almonte Radio Show!’ The audience will have the privilege to enjoy the music of the 1930’s era through recreation of famous acts by Burns and Allen and many more.

In Carleton Plane, at the Heritage Inn, the Mississippi Mudds are practicing for their presentation of ‘Death of a Doornail’ which they will present on March 19 and 20. Tickets are sold at $45 which already includes a Heritage Inn meal. For reservations, call 613-257-2525. More information is available through their website at