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Hyronomous A. Frog: The Frog Prince

By Edith Weiss
Directed by Grace Anastasiadis
SMITH THEATRE

Hyronomous, an inept and lonely frog, is bored and unhappy.  He's larger than the other frogs and hates the taste of flies.  The good witch Gloria tells him he was once a human prince, and to break this curse he must be kissed by a maiden.  He sets his sights on the spoiled and petulant Princess Gladiola, who is engaged to the painfully pompous Sir Lancelot Pancelot.  As Gladiola and Lancelot plot ways to get rid of Hyronomous, our green hero tries desperately to act like a human being. Luckily, he finds friends in Delphinium, the handmaiden, and Aunt Queen Bea, who try to save him from the slings and arrows of the outrageous Gladiola.

With rich verbal humor for adults and children, as well as delightful physical humor for even the youngest theatre goers, this play should not be missed!

PERFORMANCE DATES

  • September 9, 2017, 10:30 AM & 2:30 PM
  • September 10, 2017, 2:30 PM

 General admission – $2

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