The Faery Handbag by Kelly Link – read by Rachel Esther Tate
In this modern whimsical fairy tale, a young girl’s Grandmother shares the incredible truth that an entire community from Eastern Europe is living inside a handbag. The girl’s mother asserts that her Grandmother is a terrible liar. Truth and fantasy fracture in this fantastical contemporary piece.
The Ugly Sister, by Joanne Harris – read by Linda Libby
A famous Grimm character tells it like it REALLY was…for some of the more misunderstood fairy tale characters. The ones with no happy ever after…
The Gashlycrumb Tinies, by Edward Gorey – Read by Walter Ritter
Truly in keeping with the themes of Shockheaded Peter, Gorey darkly explores the poetic demise of children…
from A is for Amy who fell down the stairs
to Z is for Zilla who drank too much gin…
A Tale of Diminutive Swine, by John Branyan- performed by David Fenner
The three little pigs run headlong into Shakespeare – and out comes A Tale of Diminutive Swine….
Tuesday, May 30, 7pm
at Cygnet Theatre
Tickets are $25
WOL or Cygnet Subscribers $18
Tickets are ONLY available at Cygnet
619-337-1525 OR on Cygnet’s website