Driftwood’s Teen Troupe ‘Big Fish’ expected to be a whopper of a success

Reminder: “Big Fish,” the tale of traveling salesman Edward Boom who tells some real whoppers, has been hooked by Teen Troupe for their summer production. Austin Morehouse plays Bloom and Alia Thomaier portrays his wife Sandra. Photo courtesy Edmonds Driftwood Players.

Friday – Sunday
August 4 – 6

This Weekend Only!

Big Fish

Driftwood Players Troupe at

Wade James Theatre
950 Main St.

“Big Fish” opens Friday night, Aug. 4 at Wade James Theatre, showcasing the talents of Driftwood Theatre’s Teen Troupe.

The tale is about Edward Bloom, now dying and with his son Will by his side, who had lived life to its fullest as a traveling salesman and devoted family man. Remember the movie?

Edward’s incredible legacy of larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him – especially, his wife Sandra. But Will, about to have a child of his own, is determined to find a baseline of truth behind his father’s epic tales.

Driftwood Players teen troupe is comprised of young actors ages 15-19, the production is directed by Ruben Van Kempen with music direction by Mark Press, choreography by Sheri Lewis, and stage management by Maddie Griffin.

You’ll want to reel in your tickets for this “made-popular by Hollywood” production.

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