In 2013 the YS Kids Playhouse, a youth theater in Yellow Springs, will revisit one of its most popular and inspirational musicals. Gaston Boudreaux – the Cajun Robin Hood resets the classic story of have and have-nots in the bayous of Louisiana.
The evening is a family event with an all-youth cast who portray feisty bayou people, colorful politicians and a chorus of dancing oysters and crawfish. Beneath the lively story, however, the production poses important environmental as it develops a future generation of environmental stewards.
The Tecumseh Land Trust and the Miami Conservancy are partners in the current production whose theme “Taking care of the place you live is food for the soul”.
This original work features classic Cajun and zydeco music as it entertains, provokes and inspires in a magical tale of human ingenuity in concert with awe of the natural world.
The production features live music and takes place under the stars in the Antioch Amphitheater.
Please support the YS Kids Playhouse by attending these events:
· July 10, 7pm (Antioch Amphitheater) – “All-Access Backstage Pass” Dress Rehearsal Fundraiser – Your $25 donation gives you a behind-the-scenes preview of YSKP’s summer show with wine & cheese. Enjoy John Fleming’s creative process first hand!
· July 11-14 & 18-21, 7:30pm (Antioch Amphitheater) – Gaston Boudreaux – The Cajun Robin Hood – Our concessions this year include Corner Cone ice cream, crawfish & crab cookies, po-boys and more...Come early to enjoy the festive atmosphere!
July 16, 7pm (Emporium) – Wine Tasting & Music with Tucki Bailey & the YSKP Players ·
JulJuly 17, 7pm (Antioch U. Midwest) – Trouble the Water – Special screening of Carl Deal & Tia Lesson’s documentary with NOLA guests Linda Schexnaydre & Jeanne Dumestre.