‘Stardust and Water’ coming to PC’s Little Theater

With 30 locals in the cast, “Stardust and Water” takes to the Little Theater stage at Peninsula College in mid-April with a synthesis of dance, theater, live music, song, spoken word, and 3-D original film that surrounds its dancers. Described as “a biographical stage dream that brings two evenings of wildly innovative art to the community,” “Stardust and Water” is set for 7 p.m. on Friday April 19,and Saturday, April 20, at the college’s theater at 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, students and children $12, and children 2 and younger are free. Get them at bit.ly/swpa or at the door.

A narrator binds the show together with the music of Jesse Manno, a composer and improvisation artist, while a 3-D film that surrounds the whole story includes a mix of stars, forest, flowers and stones.

The cast of 40 performers includes 10 touring artists and 30 adults and youth from the Port Angeles community. The cast includes individuals of all ages, disadvantaged youth, cast members who have never performed before, and other who are professional actors and dancers.

“Stardust and Water” is produced by Alana Shaw, founder and director of Turning the Wheel, a national nonprofit. See turningthewheel.org.