See Evelyn in Heidi!


Evelyn is very pleased to invite you to Provision Theater’s presentation of Heidi! Evelyn is performing as part of the ensemble children’s choir, and since she will be yodeling along with accordion music, you might say I have been training her for this role her whole life.

This world-premiere adaptation of the perennial children’s favorite Heidi tells the story of a lively orphan girl who goes to live with her bitter grandfather in a little hut high in the Alps. Soon she is happy and healthy, leading a carefree life with her grandfather, her new friend, Peter, and the goats on the Alm. But Heidi’s happiness is short-lived when she is sent to stay with a rich city family as a companion for a sick girl, Klara. This new adaptation reveals the transformative power of a little girl’s ability to shine light into the lives of everyone around her–even those with a crippled spirit or a hardened heart.

March 26 – April 17
Performances on Saturdays at 12pm & 3pm & Sundays at 3pm
(No performance on Easter Sunday, March 27)
Special weekday matinees will be on on 4/6 & 4/13 at 10am

Tickets are $15 for adults & $10 for children 12 & under.

Evelyn does not get tired of people coming to see her perform, so she’s always happy to have friendly faces in the audience!

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

Shazam! Come check out Evelyn as troublemaker Gladys Herdman at Provision Theater, playing November 28 – December 20!

Based on the book by Barbara Robinson

When the Herdmans (the nastiest kids in the neighborhood) decide they want to be in this year’s Christmas pageant, everyone is sure it will be a disaster. But when the curtain finally goes up, a miracle happens—making it the best ever! This hilarious and heartwarming comedy, filled with singing and music, makes a firm statement about the transformative power of the holiday season—not to mention the transformative power of theatre.

Performances are Saturdays at 3pm & 7pm and Sundays at 3pm; special matinee performances will be on 12/2, 12/9, and 12/16 at 10am.

Tickets are cheap and the show is hilarious (and family friendly!). Evelyn is having a great time and I promise you will too.