When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again. Freaky Friday, a new musical based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, is a heartfelt, comedic, and unexpectedly emotional update on an American classic. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another's struggles, learn self-acceptance, and realize the immeasurable love and mutual respect that bond a mother and daughter.
Dates / Times:
Thursday, May 2nd @
Friday, May 3rd @
Saturday, May 4th @
Saturday, May 4th @
Sunday, May 5th @
* Prices may vary by performance.
$14.00: Standard Ticket Price
$12.00: Child Ticket Price (Max Child Age: 10)
$12.00: Group Ticket Price (Ticket Minimum: 10)
$16.00: At Door Price
Limited Premium Seats are available for $20.00 each. (select at checkout)
All premium seats are $20 including children.
Professional Headshots will be taken of all cast, crew, artistic team and staff. These will be used in the playbill and on the bioboard. Please wear a plain, black, round neck or crew neck t-shirt. Please, NO logos, decoration, low necks or v-necks. Arrive with your hair ready to go. No large bows or hair decoration. Bring a smile!
Saturday, April 27th 10:30am
This meeting is MANDATORY. Please make sure there is a parent/guardian in attendance for each performer
16, smart, funny, messy. Ellie is still grieving her father and struggling to accept her mom’s fiance.
40s, Ellie’s mother, decisive, punctual, a born leader. Katherine likes to ‘do it all’ but struggles to connect to her teenage daughter.
10, Ellie’s brother. Eccentric, naive; obsessed with his puppets: ANGRY BOB, an enraged purple hippo and CASPIAN, a proper British starfish.
40s, Katherine’s fiance. Confident, charming and kind. Mike loves the Blake family and understands their difficulties.
the listmaster, a paragon of adorable coolness
Katherine’s assistant—a high strung perfectionist.
Katherine’s Father—grumpy, stubborn, old-school
Katherine’s mother—fiercely opinionated, because she cares
Ellie’s best friend—intense, emotional, lacks confidence
also Ellie’s best friend—hacker-geek, nerdgirl
the villain—brilliant, aggressive, a winner
Ellie’s friend—completely average, best friends with Wells
Ellie’s friend—dorky but not meek, best friends with Parker