In order to start a family, a childless baker and his wife must break a witch’s spell. They journey into the woods, and along with other fairy tale characters they discover the realities and consequences of life. Winner of 5 Tony Awards.
We think we know how the fairy tales go: Little Red Riding Hood. Cinderella. Rapunzel. Jack and the Beanstalk. Think again.
As a childless baker and his wife try to start a family, they discover a host of fairy tale characters seeking the fulfillment of their own wishes and dreams. Princes and princesses trying to find love; a witch trying to reclaim youth and beauty; and families trying to put food on the table. As they venture deeper into the woods, they discover the realities of life, as well as its consequences.
Winner of 5 Tony Awards including Best Original Score (1988) and Best Revival of A Musical (2002), this Sondheim classic reminds us that life is an unpredictable journey – “to mind, to heed, to find, to think, to teach, to join” – and that no one is alone.
Now in its 29th Season, Phamaly Theatre Company produces professional plays and musicals that exclusively feature actors with all nature of disabilities: physical, cognitive, intellectual, and emotional.
Access Day (ASL Interpretation, Audio Description, Tactile Tour) – Sun, Jul 29
Industry Night with ASL Interpretation – Mon, Jul 30
Sensory Friendly Performance – Thur, Aug 2
|Presented by||Phamaly Theatre Company|
|Music and Lyrics by||Stephen Sondheim|
|Book by||James Lapine|
|Directed By||Christy Montour-Larson|
|Choreography by||Debbie and Ronni Stark|
|Musical Direction by||Mac Merchant|
Advisory: Haze, flashing lights and strobe effects are utilized throughout the production.
Phamaly Theatre Company, who only casts actors with disabilities in their shows, hosts a musical in the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex every summer. Support artists of all kinds and get your tickets today!