Triplet sisters are left in the forest by their woodcutter father…
Play Number TwO in our '18-19 Season for SCAMPS.
Runs Nov 10 - 25, 2018
In this award-winning tale triplet sisters are left in the forest by their woodcutter father.
From this fairytale beginning, three resolutions are made – one sister will walk one way, one the other, and the third will stay right where she is.
Twenty years later, having circumnavigated the globe, and fought vikings, and crossed oceans, and achieved greatness, the three meet again, as women.
Directed by Holly Griffith
Music Direction by Immanuel Abraham
Saturday, November 10 @ 2:00 pm
Sunday, November 11 @ 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 18 @ 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 24 @ 2:00 pm
Saturday, November 24 @ 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 25 @ 2:00 pm
Location: The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre at The Historic Y
738 N 5th Avenue, Tucson, AZ, 85705
Enter from the parking lot behind The Historic Y (parking lot entrance off of Herbert Avenue)
Runtime: Approximately eighty minutes.
Audience: Best enjoyed by scoundrels & scamps ages 5+.
$28 General Admission
$20 if you are under 30
$15 Student & Teacher
$12 Children (10 & under)
Questions? Call our Box Office at 448-3300.
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Special thanks for our Field Trip Sponsors, Act One and The Judith Triestman Fund held at the Community Foundation of Southern Arizona.
Our Artistic Team
Sponsored by Norma Davenport
Beatrix...................................................Gabriella De Brequet
Sponsored by Clay Shirk
Movement & DAnce
Production Assistant / Assistant Director/ Fight Director
Set and Props Design
SharKey Steib & Lorie Heald
Gabriella De Brequet
Managing & Co-Artistic Director
Artistic & Co-Managing Director
Bryan Rafael Falcón
Resident Stage Manager
Production Stage Manger
Sound and Light Supervisor
Box Office Manager
Resident House Manager
Holly Griffith (Director & Artistic Associate) is directing her 2nd production at Scoundrel and Scamp, having directed Brian Friel's Lovers this past summer. She also teaches theatre for young people at Scoundrel and acting at the University of Arizona. Holly is a 5th year member of the Acting Ensemble next door at The Rogue Theatre. Favorite productions there include Three Tall Women, Celia, A Slave, A House of Pomegranates, The White Snake, Uncle Vanya, By the Bog of Cats, and Hamlet. Holly holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Arizona, and has a fierce interest in the history, culture, and literary tradition of Ireland.
American violinist and composer, Immanuel Abraham (Music Director/Ensemble), graduated Magna Cum Laude with his Bachelor’s, and Summa Cum Laude with his Master’s Degree in Violin Performance from the University of Michigan. Currently, he is a Doctoral Candidate in Violin Performance at the University of Arizona, where he has served as concertmaster for both the Arizona Symphony Orchestra and the Arizona Contemporary Ensemble. As the winner of numerous competitions, Abraham has performed in 7 countries, and been featured on CBS Detroit, Buzzfeed, and the blog series "Music Is For Everyone.” His Instagram @TheViolinDoctor engages nearly 20K followers. He is also the author of "The Abraham 24 Caprices for Solo Violin." In the past, Immanuel has enjoyed work as the concertmaster of the Michigan Pops Orchestra, radio anchor for Blue Lake Public Radio, the United States Consultant for the 1st Oskar Rieding International Competition for Young Violinists, and Violin Specialist for both the Sphinx Organization, and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. Locally, he has been Violin, Viola, and Cello faculty at the Chicago Music Store and the Allegro School of Music. He has also served two years as an assistant teacher at the University of Arizona for both music theory and music history.
Felíz Torralba (Albienne) was born and raised in Tucson. She is thrilled to be working with the Scoundrel and Scamp Theater for the first time. For the past 6 years, Felíz has been working primarily as an actress with Borderlands Theatre Company and has been involved in the production of theatre and educational programs that reflect the diverse voices of the U.S./Mexico border region. She has also trained in ballet, jazz, and voice. Felíz is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies at the University of Arizona. She would like to use her education and artistic experiences to tell the stories of women, animals and people of color. Felíz would like to thank Andy, her family, and her teachers for encouraging her artistic endeavors and showering her with love and lessons!
Gabriella De Brequet
Gabriella De Brequet (Beatrix / Costumes) has most recently appeared in The Scoundrel & Scamp's inaugural season in Mr. Burns, a post-electric play as Jenny, Salomé as Salomé, and in The Love Talker as The Redhead. She has also appeared locally at The Rogue Theatre in Arcadia as Thomasina Coverly, Jerusalem as Tanya Crawley, The Bridge of San Luis Rey as Pepita, and Dante’s Purgatorio. Other credits include The Diary of Anne Frank as Anne Frank, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Curtains the Musical as Niki Harris, The Jungle Book, and All Shook Up. Gabriella has studied with The Rogue Theatre in their intensive training programs with emphasis on Shakespeare, voice and movement, and impulse awareness. Gabriella would like to thank her family, friends and partner Tiffer Hill.
Nicole DelPrete (Carmen) is currently a sophmore studying Theatre and Communication at the University of Arizona. She very thankful that this is her Scoundrel and Scramp theatre debut. Recent productions she has been a part of would be: Three Sisters (Natasha), Flowers for Algernon (Alice Kinnian), Big Love (Thyona), and The Rimers of Eldritch (Patsy). She would like to thank her family and friends for their loving support.
Claire Hancock (Choreography / Ensemble) earned a Master of Arts degree in European Dance Theatre from Trinity Laban in London, England, and a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degree in dance from the University of Arizona. She has danced with ODC/San Francisco and River North Dance Company in Chicago. In 2009 she and colleague Ashley Bowman formed Artifact Dance Project, a Tucson based dance company dedicated to music and dance collaboration. In addition to her performances with Artifact, Claire has appeared with The Rogue Theatre and recently appeared in Lovers here at S&S. She is grateful for the opportunities to continue to grow as a performer.
Leora (Movement Coach / Ensemble) is a performer and playmaker with a passion for creative expression and non-verbal communication. She arrived in Tucson in October 2017 after traveling and performing on the west coast as half of the clown duo "Amaranth and Celeste". Locally, she's performed with Tucson Fringe Street Theater, The Old Pueblo Playwrights, Sol Axe Brazilian Drum and Dance Ensemble, and Borderlands Theater. She has worked as a Theater and English teacher in Boston, Chile, and Japan and has taught those from 3 to 80 years old. She holds a M.A. in Theater Education from Emerson College and is a graduate of Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theater.
Raulie (Light Design) is thrilled to be designing with The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre! He studied theatre production & lighting design for four years at the University of Arizona. Past designs have included Die Fleidermaus and The Magic Flute with The UA Opera Theatre; The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan with CYT Tucson; and Oklahoma! as well as Boeing Boeing with Arizona Repertory Theatre. Raulie would like to not only thank the Scoundrel & Scamp for this great opportunity, but also his wonderful fiancé Hunter and the many people that have supported him.
SharKey (Production Stage Manager / Set and Props Design) has been stage managing for 13 years. Starting with Zuzi Dance company and branching out from there to include: Stark Naked Productions, Arizona Onstage, Borderlands Theater and landing here at The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre. I am thrilled to also have had the opportunity to work on the set and props for ‘This Girl Laughs.’ Thanks to everyone at The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre for welcoming me onboard. And a huge shout out to the cast and crew!!
Christopher “Tiffer” Hill (Resident Stage Manager) is excited to be entering his second season with Scoundrel & Scamp. After a brief stint as a vocal performance major at the University of Arizona, he began working as a stagehand at the Gaslight Theatre starting in 2012. He continued working there full-time for the next five and a half years at the pace of at least eight shows a week, eventually stage managing 21 productions including favorites such as Arizona Smith and the Relic of Doom, Spider-Guy, and Ghostblasters! Favorites from S&S’s first season include An Unproduced Screenplay About The Death Of Walt Disney, Mr Burns: a post-electric play, and Oaf. Tiffer also served as lighting designer for the 2018 Tucson Fringe Festival and the 2018 Bennett TheatreLab Festival of Plays.
Leigh (Resident House Manager) began her foray into house management in 2009 with The Rogue Theatre and has, at one point or another, filled every front of house roles from baking cookies before the show to sweeping up the crumbs after a performance. She joined The Scoundrel & Scamp team in their 2017 inaugural season and is excited to be a part of the Theatre’s growth. She is an artist for fun, a writer professionally, and a helper compulsively.Â Leigh is a passionate activist and Tucson enthusiast and enjoys doing the work that make Tucson and the world a better place for everyone. She is a proud pet parent, a planner, and possibly the worst vegan ever. Leigh got a BA in History, with a minor in Linguistics, from the University of Arizona. So far that has mostly garnered her friends and colleagues stories about the War of 1812 they never wanted to hear.