BELLE GLADE — It’s an out-of-this-world original sci-fi musical adventure in the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s adaptation of GULLIVER’S TRAVELS. With his spaceship wrecked and his trusty computer on the fritz, brave explorer Gulliver finds himself lost in space. While transporting from world to world, Gulliver discovers fighting aliens, foolish Yahoos, robots and more – all who need just as much help from Gulliver as Gulliver needs from them!
Gulliver will be played by Dakota Ali and Myles Swindle and his trusty computer JCN (Jason) is Mia Elrod. The Giant King, Queen and Princess of Brobdingnag (brab-ding-nag) are Dylan Gilde, Jasmyn Mann and Madison Alford. Brooklyn Gilde is the Giant Wasp, Cierra Cox is the Maniacal Scientist of Lapunta (la-poon-ta) and the Robots of Lapunta are Halie Bankhead, Bronson Blevins, Cedric Jackson, Maria Muniz and Sadler Soles. The Houyhnhnm (who-in-um) Horses are Daniela Hernandez, Alana Morris, Neema Orioki and Catherine Vazquez; the Yahoos are America Alvarez, Jonathan Hankerson Jr., Jenna Hartley, Hector Roa and Kenan Smith; the Aliens of Liiliput are Jasmine Butts, Persia Green, Chrisharra Harris, Isabelle Hilliard, Abby Keith, Ada Keith, Antavius Simpson and the Aliens of Blefuscu (blue-foo-skoo) are Aubrey Burgis, Dasaeff Burrus, Kanyon Burton, Lily Edmonds, Chrisiyian Harris, Addison Jones, Avery Jones, Jordynn Jones, Ruby Keith, Jaxon Pompa, Jatavius Simpson, Octavia Simpson and Kamaya Webley. Serving as Assistant Directors will be Shelby Murray and Mellainy Spooner.
Join us on Saturday, January 21 when GULLIVER’S TRAVELS will be presented by over 40 of our local children at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center at Palm Beach State College in Belle Glade, 1977 College Drive. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for children (age 3 – 12th grade) and are available at the box office and at the door.
The Missoula Children’s Theatre residency in Belle Glade is brought to you by Palm Beach State College with support from Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, and the State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs. For more information, call the Dolly Hand box office at 561-993-1160.