|Widener’s FreshBaked Theatre performs The Lake at the End of the World, led by Widener sophomore Viraga Perera, who plays the Inca King.|
Widener University’s FreshBaked Theatre Company will present The Lake at the End of the World, a musical for young audiences, on Saturday, Nov. 3 and Sunday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. in Widener’s Alumni Auditorium on Main Campus in Chester, Pa. The musical is for ages 5 and up and has a running time of 45 minutes.
Admission to all shows is by free will cash donation, with all funds benefiting the Bernardine Center Food Pantry in Chester. Suggested donation is $2 per person.
"Drawn from an ancient Inca folktale, this musical shows how a young girl, filled with truth and courage, can bring healing and hope to her people. The tale is energized by Nancy Rosenberg’s music, which also showcases the Inca culture."
Visit the university's website, www.widener.edu, for more information.