Bring the court to order as the trial of Mr. Big Bad Wolf commences at SC4’s Fine Arts Theater, and the audience gets to be jury.
On April 5-6, the SC4 Drama Club is hosting a performance of “Big Bad,” a production that follows the aftermath of the tale “Little Red Riding Hood.”
In the play, Red Riding Hood pleads her case against Big Bad Wolfwith the fairy tale court, which is composed of various characters ranging from the fairy godmother to the three little pigs.
“The play actually has three endings,” director Patrick Willis explained, “and at the end of the trial, the audience gets to choose which ending they will see.”
According to Willis, “Big Bad” is a children’s play containing elements of humor that are enjoyable for all audiences.
The show times are Fri, April 5 at 10:30 a.m. and Sat, April 6 at 3:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door for a $2 student fee and $3 for adults.
Erick J. Fredendall