Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day

Show Overview

This well-loved tale by Judith Viorst exploring the “snowball effect”  of things going wrong, is further adapted for stage by Kim Bent from the adaption, with an emphasis on physical theater, comedy and storytelling. Performed by serious and experienced young actors. A Young Company Show

Curtain Time: 5:30pm Friday;  11am & 2pm Saturday.

Tickets: $10  ($5 for youth 11 & under, including toddlers)


Production Team

Directed by Kathleen Keenan and Kim Allen Bent

Stage Manager:  Stephanie Akpapuna

Design Team:  Thomas Gunn, Laura Gist, Victoria Jablonski, Donna Stafford, Janine Woods Thoma

Workshop Assistant: Marissa Mattogno

production assistants: Mary Dobbins, Eugene Leon

featuring twelve aspiring pro's age 9-14.


Scoop Info


Sam Acus, Russell Clar,  Isak Duncan,  Leonie Fournier, Jasmine Gruen,  Lilja Krasnow, Bian Leon, Vida Leon, Amara McLeod, Zella McMahon, Solena Rovetto, Monica Weinbaum

Run time: 45 minutes

Buzz Info

"Some Days Are Like That"

So bad that they make you want to "move to Australia"  Come commiserate with Alexander (played by 5 different actors) as he goes thru a really bad day, starting with waking up with gum in his hair.

In addition to the characters in the story, the actors in this production portray the "inanimate" objects (like skateboards, sinks, and copy machines) that seem out to get Alexander this day!

Media Info

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