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Mother Goose Gets Eaten by Werewolves

Mother Goose is no fool. As soon as she discovers real werewolves are in this production, she makes a break for it and it looks like our show’s over before it’s even begun. But wait! Four adventurous audience members — a fairy godmother, a witch, a prince, and a wolf — save the day by acting out their own versions of Sleeping Beauty. With the participation of a helpful stage manager and other members of the audience, a good time is guaranteed for all — it’s not Mother Goose, but it is hilariously entertaining.


Opening Night

December 3rd

Have you ever wanted to meet the characters of one of RCLT’s plays? Well here’s your chance! Join us for dinner on December 5th at 6:00 pm. Meet the characters of “Mother Goose Gets Eaten By Werewolves” and interact with them as you dine on the stage. It’s an interactive, immersive experience you don’t want to miss! Feel free to come dressed as your favorite “fairy tale” character for some added fun.

Tickets are $100/couple


Steak Dinner, Dessert & Drinks

2 Tickets to the Performance (any showing)

December 5th @ 6pm



Contestant Auditions will be on December 2 & 4

Come prepared to wow the judges with your holiday act!

Performance Date – December 18th at 7:30 pm at Roswell Community Little Theatre

Audience Tickets – $5


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Such fun to see friends and family on stage! And a great way to meet new friends
A place filled with magic, humor, and fun!
I will always be grateful to RCLT for giving me the opportunity to embody some of my favorite roles: Tevye in “Fiddler on the Roof”, Daddy Warbucks in “Annie”, King Henry II in “The Lion in Winter”, the Cardinal in “The Prisoner”, and Joe Benjamin in “God’s Favorite”. Lots of good memories and plenty of lasting friendships!
We love spending an evening with the cast and crew of the RCLT. No matter what the play is, it’s never disappointing. These local talented and dedicated folks always bring their best with every production. My sweet mom especially LOVES her annual birthday gift – a season ticket!
Great play! All the actors did a great job last weekend. Loved it!
A lovely opportunity to change your perspective on the world, see another person’s point of view.
Attending RCLT productions regularly has been one of my true highlights for the 15+ years I’ve lived in Roswell. Every performance is always a fun time for me, always brings a smile!