TicketsAdults $20, Kids 12 & Under $16 General Admission
See below for discounts available for Families and Groups. Please note that Snow White is not part of any season packages.More info
Family Princess Adventure
By Kyle Encinas
Music & Lyrics by Alyssa Wilden
This is not your mother’s Snow White! Join our feisty heroine as she defies the path set before her to live out her story, her way. A spin on the classic Brothers Grimm tale, this new princess adventure will reaffirm your belief in the power of following your dreams.
The WOW Factor: Come for the princess story, stay for the kung fu!
Family and Group Discounts
Families of 4-7 purchasing tickets for the same performance in the same order can use the code “FAMILY” to get all tickets at the kids’ price at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/953078/prm/FAMILY
Groups of 8+ purchasing tickets for the same performance in the same order can use the code “GROUP” for $15 tickets at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/951849/prm/GROUP
Have a REALLY large group? Groups of 50+ are eligible for a private buyout performance (our best rate per seat!). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Groups larger than 15 may be assigned seats inside the theatre to expedite the General Admission seating process. Groups larger than 15 should e-mail a list of their guests to groups@nexts
Snow White is produced by special arrangement with Kyle Encinas and Alyssa Wilden. Special Thanks to Lex Davis.
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Emily Marsh (Snow White) is delighted to be making her debut with NextStop Theatre Company. Recent/Favorite credits include understudying Inside Out with Imagination Stage, Comedy of Errors with Chesapeake Shakespeare Theatre, and her Solo Performance work Transfixed By the Dahlia at the United Solo Festival in NYC. She also has been a part of numerous film projects in the area as well as performing regionally and locally as a puppeteer. She has a BFA in Theatre Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. More at emilykmarsh.com Currently Emily tours to schools far and wide with Kaiser Permanente’s Educational Theatre Company.
Joshua Redford (Minstrel) Acting: Donkey in Shrek; Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard; Austin in I Love You Because; Aaron Fox in Curtains; Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing…; Forbidden Broadway; John Proctor in The Crucible; Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie; Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet; Ira Zimmer in Brooklyn Boy; Mike in As Bees in Honey Drown; Rob Stein in Twilight of the Golds; Boss in Side Show; Cat in Honk!; Patrick in Mame!; and Roger in A New Brain. Directing: Xanadu; Tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein…; Legally Blonde the Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; Brooklyn Boy; and Songs from an Unmade Bed.
Amber A. Gibson (Mother, Queen, Jill, Lil) is terribly pleased to be making her NextStop Theatre debut in Snow White. International credits: Mas Que Terapia (Sadie)—Cuban Ministry of Arts and Culture. D.C./Regional credits: Chesapeake Shakespeare–All’s Well That Ends Well (Lavatch), NuSass Theatre—No Exit (Estelle), A Bright Room Called Day (Paulinka), Brave Spirits Theatre—A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena), Two Noble Kinsmen (Queen, Ensemble), Annapolis Shakespeare Company—The Imaginary Invalid (Beline), Birmingham Children’s Theatre—Cinderella (Stepmother), Hansel and Gretel (Lady Licorice). Amber is the Associate Artistic Director and Co-Producer of the DC Music Theatre Workshop and holds a B.A. in Musical Theatre and English from the University of Alabama. www.amberagibson.weebly.com
Mahlon Raoufi (King/Suitor 2/Huntsman/Will/Bill/Wolf 2/Prince) is a recent graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where he received his B.F.A. in Theatre Performance. He is ecstatic to be making his debut performance in his hometown at NextStop Theatre Company. VCU credits include working with Patti D’Beck on Avenue Q (as Trekkie Monster), Man of La Mancha (Sancho), Hairspray (Fender) and with Tony Nominated director Gabriel Barre on Arabian Nights (Ali Baba). Richmond credits include performing for Richmond Triangle Player’s production of Cabaret (Hans/pit trumpeter) and bare: a pop opera (Zack), which won the 2013 Richmond Theatre Critic’s Circle Award for Best Musical. You may have seen him recently in CollegeHumor’s Michelle Obama Rap video featuring Jay Pharaoh and the first lady herself. Mahlon is currently a teaching artist for ArtStream Inc. choreographing, teaching and performing alongside adults with disabilities in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area. He hopes you have a kung fu-tastic time!
Steven Soto (Suitors 1&3/Sil/Phil/Wolf 1/Monkey/Harold) is delighted and honored to be returning to NextStop Theatre Company, where he debuted in his first professional theatre production. DC AREA SHOWS: Take Me Out (1st Stage); Good Good Trouble on Bad Bad Island; Go, Dog. Go! (NextStop Theatre Company). Steven is a proud alumnus of The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts and James Hubert Blake High School! Steven is also a film actor and can be seen in a few commercials and television shows. Special thanks to Kristen Pilgrim, Evan Hoffmann and Lorraine Magee, you’re appreciated! Love and thanks to Steven, Sederic, Marina, Edwin, Eric, Sadish, Reshnu, Mom and Dad!
Kyle Encinas (Playwright) is a Chicago based playwright, actor, and fight director formerly based in Washington, DC. Past credits include: The Tournament, The Continuing Adventures of John Blade, Super Spy and Hero Complex (Co-Writer with Chris Niebling) all produced by Live Action Theatre, of which he is a Co-Founding Artistic Director. Kyle also served as a writer on season two on the science fiction podcast, EOS 10, and on the Christmas action short, Once Upon A Time in the Pole: Rebel Without a Claus (Ciscovaras Pictures). kyleencinas.com
Alyssa Wilden (Music & Lyrics) is a graduate of American University with a degree in Musical Theatre and Communications. She is currently enrolled in the Second City Training Center’s Conservatory Program. Favorite past credits include: Prince & Rapunzel (2015 Source Festival/Writer), Freddy & Cathy (2014 Source Festival/Writer), Glimmer of Nope (Second City Training Center/Writer & Performer), SketchCast: Is This Seat Taken? (Second City Training Center/Writer & Performer). Alyssa is a member of the comedy group Bevvy and improv group, Birds. Twitter: @awildenout. Alyssawilden.com.
Kristen Pilgrim (Director) is excited to be back at NextStop! DIRECTION: Seussical Jr! (S.Berkshire Reg. School), The Immortal Jellyfish (Avalance Theatre), Big Bad (Encore), The Shrewing of the Tamed (UnRuly Women). FIGHT DIRECTION: Deathtrap, Kiss Me, Kate, Into the Woods (NextStop), The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (Providence Players), Dog Sees God (George Washington University), Senior Showcase (American University), Macbeth (Weekday Players), The Lord of the Flies (Imagination Stage Conservatory). Kristen also directs for ArtStream’s Inclusive theatre companies and is an actor and company member with Live Action Theatre. She is an advanced actor combatant with the SAFD. Thanks to all my friends, family, and teachers for their support. Go Tribe.
Jack Golden (Scenic Designer) is a young theatre artist who has designed, painted, and built scenery at venues all over the country. He has designed scenery for Thelma Theatre (DC), Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre (MA), Thunder Bay Theatre (MI), Theatre B (ND), and Dakota Stage (ND). Jack held other scenic production positions with American Players Theatre (WI), Greenbrier Valley Theatre (WV), Ozark Actors Theatre (MO), and The Fargo/Moorhead Opera (ND). He holds a BFA in Theatre Arts (Design/Tech Emphasis) from North Dakota State University.
Kristina Martin (Costume Designer) NEXTSTOP THEATRE: Crimes of the Heart; Middletown; Seussical The Musical; Deathtrap; No Spring Chicken; Aladdin; Kiss Me Kate; A Man For All Seasons; The Secret Garden; Love, Loss, and What I Wore; Gutenberg!; Charlie Brown Christmas; Sylvia; Miss Electricity (Costume Designer). DC/MD AREA: Elixir of Love (Costume Designer); Baby! The Musical; Ring of Fire (Wardrobe Supervisor); Venus in Fur; 33 Variations (Costume Designer); Passion Play (Costume Design Assistant); Chimerica (Dresser). REGIONAL: Kiss Me Kate; Midsummer Night’s Dream; Dunsinane; As You Like It (Shakespeare Theatre Company). WILLIAMSBURG AREA: Cosi fan tutti; Lucia (Stage Manager, Costume Designer, Props Master); Illyria and Julius Caesar (Wardrobe Head, Costume Intern); Don Pasquale (Assistant Director, Costume Designer); Clybourne Park; The Coast of Utopia; La Cage Aux Folles; Evening of Dance; Dancing at Lughnasa; Merry Wives of Windsor (Wardrobe Head).
Sean Cox (Lighting Designer) is the Assistant Director of Event Services at George Mason University, where he also serves as the primary lighting designer for campus events. A graduate of George Mason University with a MA in Arts Management and Auburn University with a BFA in Theatrical Production & Stage Management, he served as Production Manager and Company Manager for Olney Theatre Center from 2008 to 2010. He also has worked on the creative team for several productions and attractions at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, including scenic designs for Entwined, Gloria, and Open Casket. Sean is gracious to NextStop Theatre for inviting him to design his first professional theatrical production.
Reid May (Sound Designer) is an early career freelance Sound Designer and Engineer who completed his undergraduate work at George Mason University in Acoustic Media Studies in December, 2015. Theatrical Sound Design credits include: In A Word (Assistant) – The Hub Threatre; Middletown – NextStop Theatre; Shrek! The Musical – Barrington Stage Company; Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers, The Crucible, An Experiment With An Air Pump, The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Assistant), The Last Midnight – George Mason University Mason Players.
Amanda Srok (Properties Designer) is a recent addition to the DC theatre scene. You may remember her properties design from NextStop Theatre’s Crimes of the Heart. Originally from Wisconsin, she has worked in the world of props for Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Skylight Music Theatre. She is excited to join NextStop for this production.
Kathryn Dooley (Stage Manager) makes her debut at NextStop. Credits include: Harvey – 1st Stage; Yerma – GALA; Visible Language – WSC Avant Bard/Gallaudet University; Seven Guitars – No Rules; Taming of the Shrew and As You Like It – Lean & Hungry. Assistant stage manager: Promised Land – Mosaic; A Lump of Coal for Christmas – Adventure Theatre MTC; Black Nativity – Theater Alliance; Tribes – Studio; Our Town, Titus Andronicus, and others – Faction of Fools, where she is an Associated Artist. Crew: Dear Evan Hansen – Arena; Uncle Vanya and Rapture Blister Burn – Round House. Upcoming: Going to a Place where you Already Are – Theater Alliance.