August 18, 2012
This side-splitting comedy begins when Rapunzel’s parents are forced to promise their firstborn child to an evil witch in exchange for their freedom. Years later on Rapunzel’s 18th birthday, the witch makes good on their promise and shows up to whisk poor, innocent Rapunzel away to a tower in the forest. From here, a boisterously entertaining rescue attempt begins! Can the Prince persevere over the powers of evil and save Rapunzel? Filled with plenty of action and fresh, hysterical characters, this show gives a new twist to an old story and a gentle message about the nature of beauty.
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