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Charlotte's Web

Date: Saturday, March 13 12:00 AM - Sunday, March 14 11:45 PM

In a few weeks, help is coming from above.
- Performing: February 27-28 & March 6-7 (in-person performances) March 13-14 (online streamed performance)
- Times: 1:00 & 4:00pm all days
- Running Time: ~ 50 minutes
- Tickets: Available for purchase online or at the door only
- Price: Standard - $17 | Youth (4-17) - $15 I Children ages 3 and under may sit in an adult's lap for free I Streamed Performance - $12


Based on the well-beloved children’s book, E.B. White's endearing story of friendship comes to life live on stage.
Meet Wilbur, a terrific piglet trying to make his way in the world. Orphaned and considered to be the runt of the liter, he is loved by his owner, Fern Arable. But as soon as he is old enough, Wilbur is sent to the Zuckerman family farm to meet the eventual fate all grown pigs meet. That's when Wilbur meets Charlotte, the wise and clever spider who becomes his best friend. She hatches a plan to help save his life.
Add in other enchanting characters like the gluttonous Templeton, a talkative goose and an intelligent "old sheep," audiences will be treated to an inspiring reminder of bravery, selfless love, and how loyal friends come in all shapes and sizes.
- Wilbur: Ben Peter
- Charlotte: Kaylee Peck
- Fern Arable: Azalea Mae
- Narrator/Reporter: Madeline Watts
- Mr. Arable/ Templeton: Lee E. Cutler
- Mrs. Arable: Beth Schroeder
- Avery Arable/Gander: Jacob Waechter
- Homer Zuckerman: Chris Ibarra
- Lurvy/Uncle: Greyson Holste
- Sheep/Spectatot #1: Ria Takhar
- Goose/Spectator #2: Elin Watts
This show is directed by Emily Parr.
For our in-person performances, the Playhouse will be following all current CDC and MDH health and safety guidelines. You can see our current health and safety plan for both artists and audiences any time here: