Three hilarious and action-packed Irish folk and fairy tales collide in raucous laughter when a trio of wild and crazy leprechauns try to help tongue-tied shepherd Fin O'Grady learn to tell a story and win the hand of his one true love.

Assisted by the wee folk of Ireland, "Blather, Blarney and Balderdash" enact "The Hunchback of Knockgrafton," in which a simple man's gentle nature wins him an unexpected prize and a cruel counterpart learns that it's not a good idea to mess with little people.

In "The Griffin's Feather," young Aidan bravely encounters a sneezing girl, a frenzied farmer and a bombastic boatman before snatching three feathers from a hen-pecked griffin in order to cure a sleeping beauty.

In "The Bird, the Mouse and the Cricket," a courageous lass and three magical animals risk their necks to help a sour prince regain his lost laughter. At last, the shy Fin discovers that a story is a treasure that increases the more you share it.

This show is Directed by Bronwyn Craven who is a veteran teacher at Hudson Middle School. Bronwyn has taught, directed and performed since the age of 10 and we are grateful to have her. This year's cast of third thru eighth graders includes: Mitchell Adkins, Ellie Advent, Lydia Bach, Meredith Bach, Aliana Brockway, Grace Churchwell, Jacob Cox, Davy DeLambo, JoJo DeLambo, Tommy DeLambo, Isabelle Dimiceli, Drew Dollins, Isabella Eells, Camden Frank, Addy Fritsch, Jordan Gallegos, Isabelle Gurzenski, Joey Herman, Maddie Huziak, Sydney Jones, Maggie Killeen, Sara Killeen, Maria Landess, Mary Bridget Perez, Mackenzie Pierce, Peyton Pierce, Joey Ross, Lindsey Ross, Caroline Seymour, Dillon Sheppard, Kaylee Sheppard, Leah Solari, Lexie St. Pierre, Mackenzie Stickler, Quinn Sullivan, Amelia Swain and Katelyn Unke.

Performances will be at Barlow Community Center on March 10 and March 11 at 7 p.m. as well as March 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets will be available at Peace, Love & Little Donuts which is located at 51 S. Main St. #4 in the Evaporator Works through March 10 at 5 p.m. Tickets will also be available at the door starting one hour prior to show time each night for $6 each.