This past Thursday, the actors at the Poplar Pike Playhouse changed into their costumes and put on the Mid-South’s premiere of the show in response to a roaring applause from their opening night audience.
Cast Members Share their Dancing Experience
The relationship between father and son can be a cherished one. Some of the actors express their feelings towards their relationship with their Dad and how they relate to the relationship between Edward and Will in Big Fish.
Like the fictional character Will Bloom, many of the cast and crew members of Big Fish, the Poplar Pike Playhouse’s newest production, also remember hearing tall tales of their own when they were children.
Germantown High School’s Poplar Pike Playhouse presents the regional premiere of Big Fish. Based on Tim Burton’s 2003 motion picture, this musical adaptation is barely a year removed from the Broadway stage.
The Poplar Pike Playhouse at Germantown High School presents a full season of theatrical productions in its 300 seat on-campus theatre facility. Since its inception in 1976, the Playhouse has provided more than 100 theatrical shows viewed by over 200,000 people in its nearly 40 year history. The yearly roster of events includes two mainstage shows, several acting festivals, a touring children's theatre companyand additional small ensemble presentations. Students not only perform on the stage, but they also are responsible for every element of the theatre operation, including the technical as well as the business side of the program. The theatre has state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment and a business office that is computer-assisted and staffed year round by student volunteers.