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A little mouse has big adventures

Lauren Rafter stars as Stuart Little in the Sutter Street Theatre production opening Aug. 3. Photo by Allen Schmeltz
Lauren Rafter stars as Stuart Little in the Sutter Street Theatre production opening Aug. 3. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

Sutter Street Theatre brings to life the many adventures — both big and small — of “Stuart Little.”

This is the endearing classic about a mouse named Stuart Little who is born into an ordinary New York family. All the charm, wisdom and joy of the E.B. White original are captured in this adaptation by Joseph Robinette, who also dramatized the highly acclaimed stage version of Charlotte’s Web.

This production is directed by Allen Schmeltz. The acting ensemble plays many human and animal roles in a series of delightful scenes that make up the marvelous maneuverings of a mild-mannered mouse trying to survive in a “real people’s” world.

“Stuart Little” opens at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, and continues at 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. 1 at Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St. in Folsom. Tickets are $17 general, $15 seniors and $13 children 12 and younger.  There is a discount of $2 per ticket for groups of 10 or more. Purchase tickets by calling (916) 353-1001 or visiting SutterStreetTheatre.com. Call the box office for group orders.

 

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