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Chatham Playhouse to Present Children's Classic 'Puss in Boots'

Fun-filled performances Jan. 11-12.

Brittany Goodwin of Morristown as Puss, Claire Harpel of Short Hills as Rosalind and Mary Morlino from Whippany as Countess in Chatham Community Players' Fantasy Theater presents "Puss in Boots." Credit: Matt Lincoln
Brittany Goodwin of Morristown as Puss, Claire Harpel of Short Hills as Rosalind and Mary Morlino from Whippany as Countess in Chatham Community Players' Fantasy Theater presents "Puss in Boots." Credit: Matt Lincoln
Chatham Community Players' Fantasy Theater is scheduled to present children's classic "Puss in Boots" 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, and Sunday, Jan. 12 at the Chatham Playhouse, 23 North Passaic Ave.

The play is fun-filled, appropriate for all ages and charms audiences young and old, according to an announcement from the theater.

Lonnie Ruland from Parsippany is director. The cast includes Brittany Goodwin of Morristown as Puss, Rob Bazaral of Madison as Tom, Julia Musilli of Montville as Jeanette, Mary Morlino as Countess and Sadie Whitman as Cook are from Whippany, Claire Harpel of Short Hills as Rosalind, Mary MacDonald of Springfield as Gabrielle, Maycee Campano of Berkeley Heights as Dog, Michael Donahue of Netcong as Ogre, Rob Mulligan of Bloomfield as King, Bridget Niebanck as Princess Pam Ken Vespasiano as Coachman/Prisoner and Andrea Sickler as Peasant Woman are all from Chatham.

The play is adapted and dramatized from Charles Perrault’s original story by Vera Morris.

Box Office 
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Box Office or Online. To access the theater’s online ticketing service, simply go to ccp.ticketleap.com.  The service is available 24 hours a day, and tickets can be purchased online up until three hours prior to curtain on the day of a performance. Chatham Playhouse’s box office will begin accepting phone reservations in January at 973-635-7363. For more information, call the box office or visit www.chathamplayers.org.

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