The Princess and the Pea Directed by Marie Fiorello April 24 – May 2, 2004 The Princess and the Pea by Hans Christian Anderson is the tale of a young girl who proves to a fickle prince that she is a real princess when she feels a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds.
Snow White Directed by Steven Fareri and Matt DiCarlo March 13-21, 2004 Snow White by the Brothers Grimm is the famous tale of a fair young maiden who takes refuge from an evil queen with a band of kind-hearted, hard-working dwarves in the forest where she eventually meets her Prince Charming.
The Twelve Dancing Princesses Directed by Michael Rapelye January 31-February 8, 2004 The Twelve Dancing Princesses, adapted by Liz Rapelye, is the enchanting Brothers Grimm tale of twelve beautiful princesses and the handsome young lad who solves the mystery of their tattered shoes.
Santa Claus is Coming to Town Directed by Tina Lee December 13-21, 2003 Santa Claus is Coming to Town is based on the Jules Bass/Arthur Rankin, Jr. holiday classic about that jolly fellow in the red suit and his favorite day of the year.
Rapunzel Uncut Directed by Stephanie Youngman November 8-16, 2003 Rapunzel Uncut by Mariah Everman is the fairytale farce of Rapunzel as told by dueling narrators, with a misunderstood witch, an off-pitch Rapunzel and an unimaginably stupid Prince. Rapunzel Uncut was a Thespian Playworks winner in 2001 and Everman’s first published work.
Cinderella Directed by Tina Lee September 13 – 21, 2003 Cinderella by Ruth Newton. This new version of the classic servant girl-meets-handsome prince fairy tale features a less than perfect Fairy godmother, three smart alec fairies with a sense of humor, and a sweeter than sweet Cinderella.