Actors Benji Rotte, Echo Clements, Cali Spadaccini and Rosie Neff rehearse a scene for “Snowdo White and the Fellowship of the Mirror,” presented at Park Hall in Ben Lomond through July. (Rachel Smith)

The community is invited to join the cast of Little People’s Repertory Theater (LPRT) on an epic journey across Little Earth as it presents “Snowdo White and the Fellowship of the Mirror,” an original rock musical by Janinne Chadwick.

This mash-up of beloved fairy tales and J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” imagines Snow White as Snowdo, a righteous young hobbit who sets off from the Shire, with a fellowship of characters, to the tower of Mordor to free the enslaved spirit of the magic mirror, who is imprisoned in the castle of the wicked queen. 

On their journey, the Fellowship encounters the Giant of Isengard, Gollum, a big bad wolf, elves, frogs and more. 

Directed by Daria E. Troxell, with music direction by Gabe House and choreography by Whitney James Heskett and Haley Clarke, the show features over 20 parodies of classic rock, pop and contemporary hits.

Opening night is set for Wednesday, July 19, at Ben Lomond Park Hall, and tickets are expected to sell out. “Snowdo White and the Fellowship of the Mirror” runs from July 19-30.

For over 40 years, LPRT has the reputation of alternative children’s musical theater at its best. Tickets and showtime information are available online at

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