‘Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon’ set for Fountain Hills stage

A view of "Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon" set to appear in Fountain Hills next month. (Submitted photo)

A view of “Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon” set to appear at the Fountain Hills Youth Theater next month. (Submitted photo)

Poor Miss Minnie! She has been forced to become the reluctant manager of her old father’s melodrama theater, ‘The Melodramodean’ since he has suddenly and mysteriously taken ill — he thinks he’s a chicken! — right before the judging of the grand melodrama competition!

Throw in a devious and insincere leading man, a deceitful developer and a large cast of misfits and ne’er-do-wells, and poor Minnie faces her biggest challenges ever. This is a Ross Collins original play.

“Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon” is produced by Anne Kelleher and Allison Hacker, directed by Ross Collins and costume design by Mario Magana.

Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon cast includes:  Zach Acridge, Allison Avery, Sarah Brown, Spencer Cihak, Ross Collins, Hunter DiGrazia, Sebastian Harris-Wylde, Lachlan Henderson, Alexandra Hurney, Luke Hurney, Connor Klein, Patrick Moyse, Mike Romano, Chloe Rozalsky, Erin Schumacher and Rebecca Steiner.

“Miss Minnie’s Melodramodeon” will play at the Fountain Hills Youth Theater, 11445 N. Saguaro Blvd. in Fountain Hills.

Performances are held 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday afternoons from June 3 to June 12. For tickets call the Box Office at 480-837-9661 Ext. 3.

Regular ticket prices are $15 for youth 17 and under and $18 for adults.

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