Production Year – 2011

The Revenge of the Three Little Pigs 2011

written by Doug Wright

The Petrolia Community Theatre presents a new Christmas Comedy, “Revenge of the Three Little Pigs”, by Doug Wright. It’s a hilarious look at your favourite storybook characters in a boisterous, colourful tale. This is a lively comedy for people of all ages with plenty of physical escapades for youngsters as well as political and local humour for adults.

The story: Queen Cinderella and King Charming rule Fairy tale land in peace and harmony, until their rebellious daughter, Princess Ella, pursues a Hollywood romance with a handsome but unsuitable commoner. To add to their problems, the Three Little Pigs are having housing problems due to a big bad wolf… every full moon. The Fairy Godmother could clear up this mess, but she is on maternity leave. Forced into action, the pigs overthrow the royals and take justice into their own hands…or hoofs. But can a pig dabbling in politics be piglitically correct? Add to this lot: Cinderella’s demanding Step-Mother, swarms of adorable little bees and a musically talented busker, to create a fun-filled evening for everyone.


Director – Bonnie Harris

Musical Director – Steve Carapiet

Producers – Barbara Prescott, Carol Graham

Stage Manager – Wendy Bratanek

Choreographer – Maureen Grandis


Busker – Steve Carapiet

Little Pig #1
– Geoffrey Hawkins

Little Pig #2
– Bronwyn Wonnacott

Little Pig #3
– Maureen Grandis

Queen Cindy
– Charlene Mumberson

King Charming
– Doug Wright

Martha Ville
– Lyn Faulds

Princess Ella
– Hannah Haveman

Girl With Glasses
– Megan Douglas

– Joey Hawkins

– Liam Milligan

Paige the Page
– Emma Hollingsworth

– Sarah & Rebekah Hornblower

Queen Bee
– Danna Andrade

Little Bee
– Sydney Topliffe

Little Bee
– Gillian Johnston

Little Bee
– Julia Hornblower

Little Bee
– Kristy Brooks Van Meenen

Little Bee
– Emily Hornblower

Little Bee
– Bethany Hornblower

– Emilie Jagt

– Alyson Jagt

– Carla Rankin

– Bonnie Harris

– Carol Graham

Shootout at the Sacred Heart Saloon - 2011

a Whoop-it-up, Bust-a-gut comedy by Teresa Brown


Directed – Carol Graham

Assistant Director – Warren Graham

Producer – Danna Andrade

Stage Manager – Doug Wright

When the town boundaries change leaving half the saloon dry, the church (in desperate need of a building) moves into the dry half. What follows is action-packed fun as they sort it out. It’s minister vs bartender, saloon girl vs church lady, barroom brawls vs. hymn singing… and the town drunk is on his own. But, can they work together to save the building?

Set in the 1800’s, a remote town out west somewhere. Summer. The play opens with a bar room brawl complete with breaking furniture and someone going through the window! The whoop-it-up western comedy has it all: flirty saloon girls, fighting cowboys, and a honky tonk piano player. It also has a nervous Preacher, some feisty church ladies and a shootout!

Shootout at the Sacred Heart Saloon - 2011


Josephine (Jo) McSweeney (bartender) – Lyn Faulds

Clarabel (saloon girl) – Bonnie Harris

Rosabel (saloon girl) – Charlene Mumberson

Annabel (saloon girl) – Stephanie Cattrysser

Jezebel (saloon girl) – Teresa Ingles

Piano Player – Steve Carapiet

Rufus (cowboy) – Neil Werden

Lazarus (town drunk) – Bert de Roo

Rufus (cowboy) – Lorne Liddiard

Fighting Cowboy – Brent Liddiard

Fighting Cowboy – Warren Graham

Fighting Cowboy – Nathan Calvank

Kitchen Boy – Shawn Calvank

Pastor Percival Parson – Roy Butler

Daisy Parson (daughter) – Amanda Calvank

Helen (Ladies Auxiliary) – Dina McPhee

Hester (Ladies Auxiliary) – Vicki Burgess

Georgette (Ladies Auxilliary) – Carrolleigh Cecile

Church Lady – Emilie Jagt

Church Child – Bronwyn Wonnacott

Mr. Potts (surveyor) – Nathan Calvank

Mr. Smith (town councillor) – Roy Sager

Mr. Jones (town councillor) – Ken Logan

Mr. Smith-Jones (town councillor) – Henry Anjema


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