Who doesn’t love the “happily ever after” ending of a good fairytale? The fairytale villains for one and this Christmas they’ve decided to change them.
Some of your favorite heroes, heroines and puppets are about to get an unhappily ever after ending when their villainous counterparts try to steal the fairytale book and change the stories’ ends to get rid of “So Much Good in This World.”
Rumpelstiltskin, the Giant, Agatha, Imogene, the Drama Queen and Medoza attempt to kidnap Santa Clause at Cinderella’s Christmas party but when that doesn’t work, they take the toys instead.
With no toys to give to the children, Christmas can’t happen.
Jack, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Santa and Snow White and all their Fairytale Princes are in danger of losing their happily ever after; will they willingly give them up to save Christmas? Will the Villains get theirs?
To get the toys back, Santa must give up the book of Fairytales. Will Christmas be saved; will the villains succeed in ridding the world of so much good?
You can find the answers to the questions at Tuacahn’s indoor Hafen Theater through Dec. 22.
Written by M. Scott McLean with music and lyrics by M. Scott McLean and Michael McLean, A FairyTale Christmas brings excitement and a twist to the classic Christmas story and even more drama to the fairytale characters’ lives.
Children will love the characters, adults will appreciate the special effects and everyone will feel as if they are a part of the story.
A Fairytale Christmas brings some of the finest Broadway and Off-Broadway actors to the Utah stage. Jordan Aragon, Matt Ban, Blair Alexis Brown, Rebecca Brudner, Garyon Judon, Hannah Record and Erin Rubico bring play all the fairytale characters both heroes/heroines and their counterpart villains.
Costumes are designed ingeniously to make those changes happen right before your eyes.
It is a show worth seeing for the holidays and while you’re visiting Tuacahn, you can participate and enjoy the many other activities available for the season.
You can feel as if you were personally experiencing the birth of Christ when you visit the Live Nativity. Marvel in the sight of the brightly lit trees and bushes decorated for the season. Children can visit with Santa, ride the Old Salty Train or even Ice Skate. There is so much to see and do; you can even take care of some of your Christmas shopping and grab a bite at the Chef Hog’s Café.
For more information on Tuacahn Amphitheatre visit tuacahn.org or call 800-746-9882.