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Mouse on the Move

By Kathryn Chase Bryer and Janet Stanford
Composed by Timothy Guilot

Nellie and Amelia are two adventurous mice ready to explore the world beyond their little mouse-hole. They decide to go to the moon, since it is cat-free and made entirely of delicious, mouth-watering cheese. Created especially for very young audience members, this production offers a wonderful introduction to the world of theater and lots of opportunities for your child to participate in the storytelling.

  • Run Dates Oct 15 - Nov 6, 2016
  • Appropriate Ages 3+
  • Duration 45 minutes
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Kimberlee Stone

Kimberlee Stone

Kimberlee Stone (Amelia) is thrilled to take the Hitchcock Stage in her first ever Pre-K show with Mouse on the Move. A Southern California native, Kimberlee packed up and moved to Omaha a year ago to become a teaching artist fellow and is now continuing that dream this year as a contract teaching artist here at The Rose Theater. In addition to her teaching artist duties, you may remember her from her latest stage endeavor as the front half of the "Cow who Jumps Over the Moon" from Goodnight Moon on the Main Stage earlier this fall. Other notable credits have included RENT, Dog Sees God, Anton Chekhov's The Proposal, Angels in America, Legally Blonde, and Tartuffe. Kimberlee is blessed to be supported by her wonderful friends and family back home and hopes you enjoy this truly adorable story that proves that nothing can get between mice and their cheese!

Katy Kepler

Katy Kepler

Katy Kepler (Nellie) is from Rochester, New York and has most recently appeared at the Rose as a Squirrelle in Elephant & Piggie's We Are In A Play. She has also played Dr. Exercise in the Rose’s touring production of The Super Adventures of Nutrition Woman and Dr. Exercise and was an ensemble member in A Palette of Possibility. Other favorite performance credits include Dracula (Geva Theatre Center/EMC), A Christmas Carol (Geva Theatre Center/EMC), Orestes 2.0 (Bread and Water Theatre), Crocodile Fear (College at Brockport; world premiere), The Turtle Play (College at Brockport; Workshop) and Lysistrata: A Woman's Translation (College at Brockport).

Michael Miller

Michael Miller

Michael Miller (Director) has been a member of The Rose staff since 2011, having previously worked for Macon State College, Mercer University, Omaha Children’s Museum, Omaha Performing Arts, El Museo Latino, and Omaha Boys and Girls Clubs. Michael is a Master Teacher with the Nebraska Arts Council’s Artists-in-Schools program with a focus on creative drama and design residencies. He has an undergraduate degree from Yale University and a Masters degree in Non-Profit Management from UNO. He directed Leo Lionni’s Frederick on the main stage this pas season and has directed for the Teens ‘N’ Theater season, performed in Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, James and the Giant Peach, and the national tours of Frog and Toad, Richard Scarry’s BusyTown, and Treasure Island.

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Tickets

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Parking

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Accessibility

Everyone deserves a chance to experience the magic of theater. Performances are open to children and family members of all abilities. Click here to learn more about accessibility at The Rose.