‘Stuart Little’ opens Friday at the Norvell Theater
Meet the cast of "Stuart Little'
Addison Chowdhury: Narrator, grade 6, Homeschool
Micah Chowdhury: Stuart, grade 4, Homeschool
Hayden Palmer: Mr. Little, grade 11, Carson High
Akira Jackson: Mrs. Little, grade 7, North Rowan Middle
Jakob Wagner: George, grade 8, Kannapolis Middle
Luke Bardinas: Doctor, grade 6, Salisbury Academy
Xander Bauder: Snowbell, grade 10, Sunburst Academy
Elliott Smith: Bureau Chief, grade 8 Homeschool
Matthias Chowdhury: Dog, grade 1, Homeschool
Emma Palmer: Dog, grade 3, Millbridge Elementary
Peyton Hollar: Woman with Newspaper, grade 7, Salisbury Academy
Elliott Smith: Bus Driver, grade 8, Homeschool
Samuel Chowdhury: Dr. Carey, grade 8, Homeschool
Jackson Walters: Leroy grade 8, West Rowan Middle
Brooks Zino: Referee, grade 5, Salisbury Academy
McKenna Anderson: Reporter, grade 8, North Hills Christian
Cara Hayes: Margalo, grade 5, Arcadia Christian Academy
Aidan Melton: Zeke, grade 5, Homeschool
Finley Driggers: Hank, grade 2, Morgan Elementary
Anastasia Aldridge: Malty, grade 3, Knollwood Elementary
Lily Fisher: Babette, grade 6, Knox Middle
Gracie Spieler: Tige, grade 7, North Hills Christian
Hannah Bogle: Angie, grade 8, Kannapolis Middle
Asher Pethel: Mr. Clydesdale, grade 3, Homeschool
Cecile Marcum: Miss Swenson, grade 7, Salisbury Academy
Lanna Blackwell: Storekeeper, grade 8, West Rowan Middle
Alyssa Starbird: Harriet, grade 6, Knox Middle
Elliott Smith: School Superintendent, grade 8, Homeschool
Aidan Melton: Telephone Repairman, grade 5, Homeschool
Peyton Hollar: Pigeon, grade 7, Salisbury Academy
Callie Cape: Ensemble, grade 3, Rockwell Christian
Anelise Roy: Ensemble, grade 3, Salisbury Academy
Hannah Jean Roy: Ensemble, grade 1, Salisbury Academy
Paisley Rocco: Ensemble, grade 4, Isenberg Elementary
Emma Ott: Ensemble, grade 5, Salisbury Academy
CC Cogan: Stage Manager, grade 11, Homeschool
Published as a book in 1945, Stuart Little by E.B. White is now a classic of children’s literature. It was adapted for the stage by Joseph Robinette. E.B. White also wrote the children’s book “Charlotte’s Web.”
The story centers on the adventures of Stuart Little, a small mouse, born into a human family in New York City.
At first, the family (Hayden Palmer, Akira Jackson, Jakob Wagner) is worried about how he will adapt to the world of humans, but gradually realize he is special and accepts him into the family.
He befriends a bird named Margalo (Cara Hayes) and protects his friend from the family cat, Snowbell (Xander Bauder).
He runs from dogs wins sailboat races in Central Park and ultimately leaves home on a series of adventures.
Come see the Piedmont Players Youth production in the Norvell Theater Friday, Jan. 31 at 7:30 and Saturday Feb. 1 at both 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. There are also public performances Friday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 and Saturday Feb. 8 at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
You’re invited to the ‘Stuart Little Party’
Saturday at 1 p.m.
Ticketed event. There will be a special Stuart Little Party on the second floor of the Norvell Theater with games, snacks, face painting, prizes, and much much more.
Tickets for the performances and the party can be purchased at Piedmontplayers.com or by calling 704-633-5471