by Sam Bass Community Theatre

Jul. 25 - Aug. 16, 2014

Based on the stories by Rudyard Kipling, “Jungalbook” places the jungle of India on a children's playground. The dialogue and action refer to the jungle, but the play draws color and style from a child's intense world of playfulness, loyalty, adventure and betrayal. Mowgli, the human child, grows up in the jungle, raised by wolves under the guidance of Baloo the bear. The tiger, Sherakhan, killed his parents and wants the boy's flesh, but Bagheera, the lone panther, protects him. Mowgli grows up wild and unconcerned, believing he's a wolf; but the tiger works long and hard to poison the wolf pack against him. With rope stolen from the human village, Mowgli meets and destroys Sherakhan; but his use of "manthing" has broken jungle law. Mowgli must choose whether to defy the law or leave the jungle forever.

by Edward Mast
Sam Bass Community Theatre

July 25 - August 16, 2014
Sam Bass Community Theatre
600 North Lee Street
Round Rock, TX, 78664
Dates:  July 25th – Aug. 16th, 2014
Times:  Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 2:00pm
Sam Bass Community Theatre, 600 N. Lee St., Round Rock  (in Memorial Park)
$18; $15 seniors, students, educators, military; $15 all Thursday performances
Reservations: www.sambasstheatre.org