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The Middleburg Players Present - “Charlotte’s Web, The Musical”

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The Middleburg Players Present - "Charlotte's Web, The Musical"

During this stage adaption of this children’s literature classic, audience members will find themselves on the Zuckerman farm with Wilbur and his barnyard friends. As a piglet, Wilbur was a runt and had to be rescued from an uncertain future by the farmer’s niece, Fern. Now he is enjoying life on the farm with a family of geese, a mischievous rat, and a friendly spider named Charlotte. As Wilbur grows, the runt he once was is a thing of the past and Charlotte quickly works up a plan to keep her dear friend from becoming dinner. Even though in her story, Charlotte receives little recognition for her work, without her writing she would not have been able to save Wilbur’s life.

Friendship is the foundation of this special story. Wilbur is ultimately saved (twice) by love. Although this is not the typical fairytale romance where boy and girl meet and fall in love, the love here is equally powerful. Don’t miss seeing many of our local thespians, new and old – reenact this special story of friendship, faith and loyalty.

Tickets: $10 at the Door or Reserve Seats @703-327-6747 (Little River Inn/Aldie)

VENUE: Trinity Episcopal Church
9108 John Mosby Highway,
Upperville, VA 20184
Phone: 540-592-3343

Thursday, July 31st - 7 pm
Friday, August 1st - 7 pm
Saturday, August 2nd - 7 pm
Sunday, August 3rd - 3 pm

Enjoy delicious snacks and beverages during the show! All sales/proceeds help ensure the continued success of The Middleburg Players! Over 20 years of local community theater!

Questions? Email us: middleburgplayers@gmail.com or call 540-727-0004

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