Salt Lake Acting Company’s tradition of bringing professional theatre to Utah families continues with 'A Year with Frog and Toad!' The cast and creative team is comprised of SLAC alumni, as well as artists who are making their respective SLAC debuts. For the first time since 2019, SLAC is excited to welcome audiences of all ages back to the theatre December 2-18.
SLAC alum include Danny Borba (SLACabaret: Down the Rabbit Hole) as Frog, Anne Louise Brings (SLACabaret: Down the Rabbit Hole) as Mouse, Chris Curlett (Passing Strange) as Snail, and Matthew Tripp (SLACabaret 2021) as Toad. Making their SLAC debuts are Eli Ghaeini (In the Heights, West Valley Arts) as Toad, and Hannah Keating (Something Rotten, Pioneer Theatre Company) as Turtle.
Serving as understudies, through the Understudy Program at SLAC, are Niki Rahimi (SLACabaret: Down the Rabbit Hole) and Justin Ravago (SLAC Debut.)
'A Year with Frog and Toad' will be directed by Penelope Caywood; she is joined by creative/production team Erik Reichert (Scenic Designer/Construction Supervisor), Dennis Hassan (Costume Designer), Jesse Portillo** (Lighting Designer), Alix Walburn (Props Designer), Latoya Cameron (EDI Dramaturg), Ameilia Moore (Rehearsal Pianist) and Bridgett Lehman (Rehearsal Assistant Stage Manager and Run of Show Stage Manager.) Jennie Sant* is Production Stage Manager.
Joining as part of the Professional Theatre Program are Cameron Barrett (Assistant Director), Briar Woodle (Assistant Costume Designer) and Anna Blaes (Props Designer.)