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The Froelich Young Actors Guild and the Matthews Opera House are excited to present the virtual youth theater production of “Mirror Mirror: A Virtual Fractured Fairytale.” This production will take place entirely online. A link to the performance can be purchased for $5.
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Fairy tales may not have the magic of technology, but they do have magic! And through the wonders of the magic mirror, even fairy tales can come to life for the virtual stage!
The Evil Queen wishes to be fairest of them all. But when her Magic Mirror informs her that it is Snow White who is most fair, the queen is livid! When asked how to find the princess, her mirror mentions that Snow White has run away. The Evil Queen summons great magic in hopes of finding Snow White — she can now look through all mirrors throughout the kingdom. But there’s a catch… the magic also allows everyone else’s mirrors to show them what they most wish to see.
Evil Queen – Danielle Valentine
Magic Mirror – Alexandra Headley
Rapunzel – Alexa Viggiano
Prince Dashing – Piers Gullickson
Witch’s Voice – Jazmin S
Stoatia – Kaeli Thompson
Ermine – Leela Bosworth
Weasetta – Harper Bruner
Stinky – Easton Soriano
Glammy – Kaelyn Schone
Pigsty – Charley Jagim
Speedy – Brooklyn Reinbold
Sluggy – Josiah Redd
Bouncy – Bloom Brown
Blingy – Elijah Lapka
Cinderella – Mia Faith
Fairy Godmother – Killian Mechaley
Butterscotch – Titus Thompson
Prince Charming – Oliver Pederson
Snow White – Grace George
Prince Impeccable – Mason Griffee
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