Zimmerman’s ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ starts Friday
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White Witch (Lee Muellenbach) and her whip-carrying servant (Jessica Hodge) are the scourge of Narnia. (Photos by Bruce Strand)
by Bruce Strand, Arts Editor
Zimmerman actors brings to life the magical land of Narnia, presenting “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” tonight at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. The play opened Friday night.
Heather Nagengast is the White Stag.
“This is a great family show,” said Jon Palshewski, director, about the C.S. Lewis tale of four English children who find themselves in Narnia, challenged to save that world from the evil White Witch, while assisted by the lion, Aslan, and Narnian friends.
“It has the theme of good conquering evil and the redemptive power of love for someone who has done wrong. It has great action, memorable characters, and an inspirational theme.”
Lee Muellenbach plays the cruel, marauding White Witch, dueling Joey Garo’s low-key but brave Aslan.
The children are played by Cheradin Ralph, Parker Sturlaugson, Maddy
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