Inspirations Theater is proud to present an adult-and-youth production of its original musical The Princess and the Pauper, based on Mark Twain’s book, for the Amherst community at the Jensen Community Center August 19 and 20.
Follow the adventures of a poor girl from the streets and the princess of England who switch places and are stuck in their new roles. The show features local talent from the greater Amherst area, ranging from youth at the Tomorrow River Charter School, high school students at Amherst High, and adults from the community. The show has humor, adventure, and a king unlike any you’ve met before in Henry the VIII. For more on The Princess and the Pauper and Inspirations Theater, visit rovainenmusicals.com/the-princess-and-the-pauper.
Shows are Friday, August 19, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, August 20, at 2 p.m. General admission is $10 at the door or can be purchased in advance at rovainenmusicals.com/contribution-page. The show is intended as a fundraiser for the Jensen Community Center.
Director and composer Torsti Rovainen has written five full-length musicals, directed more than 30 shows, and most recently directed Olympus at the Jensen Center in early 2022, as well as The Sultan, the Secret, and the Witch at the Amherst Opera House and the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair in summer 2020. He lives on the Oregon coast.
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