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Blue Apple Players
Teaching the ABC's of Life: Attitude, Behavior, and Character

Blue Apple Players is dedicated to producing musicals, plays, and multi-media presentations for young people and families. With an emphasis on original works, and reaching across social, economic, and geographical boundaries, Blue Apple productions strive to educate, inspire, and entertain, teaching important life lessons....the ABC's of Attitude, Behavior, and Character.

Each year, Blue Apple Players mounts up to four stage productions which tour throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, Illinois, Virginia and West Virginia delighting literally thousands of youth each day. Our library includes more than 30 original productions, written by co-founder Geraldine Ann Snyder. Titles include musical adaptations of classic fairy tales like The Boy Who Cried Wolf, The Ugly Duckling, Red Riding Hood, and The Three Pigs: The Wild West Will Never Be The Same, as well as original stories based on the writings of William Shakespeare, the life of John J. Audubon, and more. Recent tours have played to standing-room only audiences of school children (averaging 35,000 per tour). Each production is built on school curriculum and teaches important life lessons like acceptance, patience, honesty, and perseverance.

For More Information Contact:
Blue Apple Players                                                              P.O. Box 4261                                                         Louisville, KY 40204
Telephone:1-800-587-7990                                             Fax: 502-587-7928

What Others Have Said About Our Work

"… Experts in their field. The finest theatre for young people America has to offer." Pulitzer Prize-winning Playwright Marsha Norman

The students and teachers thoroughly enjoyed the talent and enthusiasm of your acting company! Live theatrical performances provide wonderful, magical, enriching experiences for children!! Please continue to bring your productions to our area." Dug Gap Elementary School Teacher

"A show for children that adults - and this is a virtual miracle - can sit through without distress. The dialogue is genuinely inventive…" Andrew Adler, The Courier-Journal