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Winter 2023 Home Stage MUSICAL

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Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood, where Pooh is once again in search of honey.  He meets up with pals Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, and Owl in the Hundred Acre Woods.  As they prepare for Christopher Robin's rescue operation, the animals learn about teamwork, friendship and, of course... sharing snacks!

Running time: 30 minutes

LOCATION:  Treehouse Theater HOME STAGE


Music and Lyrics by

Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez

Music Adapted & Arranged and Additional Music & Lyrics by

Will Van Dyke

Book and Additional Lyrics by

Cheryl Davis

Based on the stories of A.A. Milne and the 2011 Disney Animated feature film.

Presented through special arrangement with Music Theater International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

SUNDAY, Feb. 25 - 2:30 & 5 pm
SUNDAY, Feb. 26 - 2:30 & 5 pm




Limited  seating for ages 4+, no infants please

Each cast family is limited to SIX tickets until all families have completed their initial purchase - NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

HOME STAGE  MUSICALS are a great way for students, ages 6-12, to explore the performing arts over SIX WEEKS

CONSIDER AUDITIONING FOR THIS MUSICAL if you/your child (ages 6-12):

  • loves to sing, dance, and perform for others

  • has a genuine interest in checking out music theater

  • wants to gain more confidence with performing on stage

  • wants to learn LIFE SKILLS (listening, structure, responsibility, and working as a team)



Jan. 4:  5:30-6:30 pm OR 6:30-7:30 pm

Jan. 7:  10-11 am

CALLBACKS, if needed

       Jan. 10, starting at 5:30 pm


Jan. 17 - Feb. 21

T/Th 5:30-7:30 pm and Saturdays 9-11 am


Feb. 22 & 23


Feb. 25 & 26 at 2:30 pm & 5 pm


for every role are open to all interested youth, ages 6-12

up to 30 students will be cast  


ALL Students should rehearse and be prepared to sing one of the show songs at Auditions (the link to this music will be included within your Audition Confirmation email)

Ages 8-12 only: if interested in being considered for a speaking role, prepare and memorize a one-minute MONOLOGUE that highlights their diction and range of emotion

Need help choosing a MONOLOGUE? 

Not to worry ~ we include some suggestions and links within your audition confirmation email




CO-DIRECTORS - Jozlyn Michalek and Ash Stokes

MUSIC DIRECTOR - Emily Tyeptanar

CHOREOGRAPHER - Addison Fowler

    Jr. Choreograper - Mackenzi Stokes

STAGE MANAGER - Ginger Van Ells

MAKE UP DESIGN - Morgan Wiesner

HAIR DESIGN -  Teresa Iannitello



$200/student due NO LATER THAN January 21

     *additional $50 late fee assessed after deadline*

Scholarship applications ensure access to our programming for all interested youth ~ submission deadline is January 15

Fee includes all instruction, cast T-shirt (used as base costume), script, online access to the music files and post-show video

Tickets to performances are NOT included and limit of six per family until all cast families have completed their first purchase

1 -- ONLINE (processing fees apply)

2 -- VENMO (@treehousetheater)

3 -- CHECK (made payable to Treehouse Theater) and mailed to PO Box 1722, Manitowoc, WI  54221

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Winnie the Pooh

The Tummy Song

The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers

Pooh and Piglet


The Backson Song

Honey Two!

The Backson Song (reprise)

Halfway Down

Honey Three!

Hip Hip Pooh Ray (Finale)

Everything Is Honey (Bows)


Narrators (7)

Winnie the Pooh - Christopher Robin's stuffed bear and best friend

Pooh's Tummy - grumbly, impatient part of Pooh

Tigger - bouncy, boisterous tiger

Piglet - shy, loyal pig

Rabbit - nervous and fidgety

Owl - semi-knowledgeable and confident

Kanga - kind and motherly

Roo - young and rambunctious

Eeyore - quiet and gloomy donkey

Bees - energetic keepers of the honey

Christopher Robin - curious boy who lives near the Hundred Acre Wood

Animal Chorus - squirrels, frogs, beetles, chipmunks, raccoons, birds

Word Chorus - help to guide Pooh and friends out of the Backson pit

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