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Closed 11 Apr 2021
Image courtesy West End Musical Productions
Tossing their tiaras and setting the record straight, the royal renegades are here to comically belt out the truths that fairy-tales would have preferred stayed quiet.
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Age suitability: 16+
The all star cast includes Jodie Steele as Snow White, Sophie Isaacs as Cinderella, Allie Daniel as Sleeping Beauty, Grace Mouat as Pocahontas, Millie O'Connell as The Little Mermaid, Courtney Bowman as Princess Badroulbadour, Natalie Chua as Hau Mulan, Shanay Holmes as The Princess Who Kissed The Frog, Aisha Jawando as Belle and Jenny O'Leary Rapunzel.
The acclaimed production, with book, music and lyrics by Dennis T.
Giacino has received rapturous recognition overseas, including nominations for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical (Outer Critics Circle Awards) and Best New Off-Broadway Musical (Off Broadway Alliance).
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Performance days & times
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Sunday ‑ 7‑30pm
Author: Dennis T. Giacino
Composer: Dennis T. Giacino
Lyricist: Dennis T. Giacino
Director: Tom Jackson Greaves
Musical direction: George Dyer
Production: Chris Steward and Shanay Holmes for West End Musical Productions