Donkey, played by Fischer Kirven, jumps into the air with Shrek, played by Alex Abby, after rescuing Fiona, played by Keli Hague, on Friday in the Buffalo High School Auditorium. Shrek Jr. the Musical had three performances by the Creekside Performing Arts as their summer production.
Pinocchio, played by Tye Tanachion, sings his opening number during an early scene in the play on Friday in the Buffalo High School Auditorium. Pinnochio joined the other storybook characters on stage at both the beginning and end of the play.
From left, the three little pigs, played by Aniya Tenegu, Heather Rozema and Laurel Rozema, sigh early on in the play about being forced into a new home. This year’s summer performance was a kids special produced largely with kids from the community.
Donkey, played by Fischer Kirven, bickers with Shrek, played by Alex Abby, after rescuing Fiona on Friday in the Buffalo High School Auditorium. The pair matched the characters' well-known friendship, bickering frequently as they decided what to do next.
Fiona, played by Keli Hague, stands at the altar with Lord Farquaad, played by Colton Bennett, for the start of their wedding ceremony on Friday in the Buffalo High School Auditorium. The ceremony was held just before sunset, so Fiona rushed through the ceremony until it was interrupted by Shrek.
The character of Fiona was presented in three stages by three different-aged actresses. From left, Young Fiona was played by Emmi Pickett, teen Fiona played by Karly Peterson and adult Fiona played by Keli Hague.
Creekside Performing Arts recently put on a children's performance of the show "Shrek Jr. the Musical." The show was largely produced using kids of all ages, who took the stage alongside a few adults to bring Shrek to Buffalo. The show — which was Creekside's summer production — had three showtimes at the Buffalo High School auditorium.