Livestream: Twelve Dancing Princesses

This opportunity is recommended for middle school students.

When

This performance is a one-time-only livestream Friday, April 23 – Thursday, May 13, 2021.

About the Show

Each night, twelve princesses sing a song that allows them secret passage into the enchanted forest filled with beautiful music. They dance the night away as the spirit of their mother watches over them. Each morning, however, their father, the king, is perplexed by twelve pairs of worn shoes outside their room. Not to mention the worn-out shoemaker and his apprentices who do nothing but repair shoes day in and day out. Finally, the king issues a proclamation. The first person to discover the secret of where the princesses go each night shall receive their heart’s desire! This fresh retelling of the age-old Grimm fairytale will delight and entertain young and old.

SPECIAL NOTE:

The first 15 families who request tickets to this event can receive a free gift box. These will include a book, crafts, accessories, recipes and activities to do while enjoying the performance. These gift boxes will be safely delivered by Project Success staff a couple days before your performance run starts, and we will call you to confirm a drop off date and time. If you are not one of the first 15 families to request a gift box, you will be put on a waitlist and receive one if additional boxes become available.

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Themes

  • In this story, twelve princesses are kept inside the castle by their father, never allowed to go out. Why do you think this happens? And why do you think they decide to sneak out at night? Is there a conversation that could have taken place instead?
  • On several occasions, the youngest princess tries to tell her sisters that something strange is happening, but none of them believe her. How do you think it felt for her to not be listened to?

This performance is suitable for all ages. 

This opportunity is offered courtesy of our Project Success theater partner, Stages Theatre Company.