Carly Rojas (left) and Donny Shaw play the Woodcutter’s conscience as they try to convince him of what he should do with Snow White in the Maranatha school dinner theatre play.

Carly Rojas (left) and Donny Shaw play the Woodcutter’s conscience as they try to convince him of what he should do with Snow White in the Maranatha school dinner theatre play.

Snow White visits for dinner theatre

The Maranatha Christian School students are presenting an evening of dinner theatre on April 8 and 9 starting at 6 p.m. each night.

The Maranatha Christian School students are presenting an evening of dinner theatre on April 8 and 9 starting at 6 p.m. each night.

The evening’s entertainment will include a number of musical selections by students, as well as a performance of the play The Tale of Snow White, a spoof on the fairy tale classic, says Val Hanet. 

The evening will include not only quality entertainment, but a fabulous three-course meal prepared by staff and parents, and served by the performers. The cast includes students from grades 8-12.

The Tale of Snow White is a fresh and funny adaptation of the Brothers Grimm tale which will make even the most jaded folks laugh out loud.

In this version of the story a contemporary mom reads to her bickering children in stories where they meet all kinds of colourful characters. 

This event is a fundraiser used to help students travel to Europe on an educational tour in March 2013.

Tickets are $12 and available at the Maranatha Christian School office.