Variety Plus Theater presents an original family musical production of the “Trial of Goldilocks,” written and directed by Bob Gribas with original music by Angela Rinaldi-Gribas.

Variety Plus Theater presents ‘Trial of Goldilocks’ in Bellevue

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 10:30am
  • LifeNews

Variety Plus Theater presents an original family musical production of the “Trial of Goldilocks,” written and directed by Bob Gribas with original music by Angela Rinaldi-Gribas.

All ages are welcome. Performances begin at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19 and Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Meydenbauer Center, 11100 NE 6th St.

Quite possibly the biggest court case of all once upon a time, this production features a cast of 85 local area youth and adults. See what happens when a young lady faces a furry family of three. The charges are breaking and entering, theft of food and destruction of property. Serious charges for a little blonde girl. Serious losses for three local bears. Did she do it? Is she innocent of these accusations, or is she guilty of this crime?

With the gingerbread man prosecuting on behalf of the Three Bears and Puss In Boots on defense for Goldilocks, the trial begins. Many witnesses, critters, birds and forest rangers will take the stand, each with their own slant on the story. A dozen classic storybook characters will be the ones to decide the young girl’s fate. Comedy, tragedy, virtue, romance, fantasy, satire and zombies will abound at the “Trial of Goldilocks.”

General admission is $15. Tickets can be purchased online at www.varietyplus.org or at the door.

Celebrating 21 years, Variety Plus was founded in 1995 by husband and wife creative team, Bob Gribas and Angela Rinaldi-Gribas. Combining Angela’s dance and musical talents with Bob’s creative design skills, they have written, directed and produced several musical adaptations.

They have also directed and taught theatre classes at Seattle Children’s Theatre, Youth Theatre Northwest, as well as the Seattle and Bellevue school districts.

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