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Steven LaVigne’s Twisted Take on Snow White Still Promises a Happy Ending

by | Dec 14, 2018 | Arts & Culture, Featured - Home Page, Our Scene | 0 comments

 

Photo by Noreen K. Brandt.

Playwright Steven LaVigne is taking liberties with the Snow White fairy tale. In his new holiday panto version, produced by Classics Lost ‘N’ Found, the Queen re-adjusts her attitude toward Snow White. The Magic Mirror is bi-polar and the seven dwarfs have had to leave their mining jobs because of allergies and asthma. The Prince also has his own set of issues: he’s afraid of Teddy Bears and thinks the apples are bewitched rather than poisonous. A great opportunity to celebrate tradition and turn it on its head at the same time. Lavigne has co-directed the panto with Dawn Linnell.

Snow White: A Holiday Panto
Dec. 14 and 15 at 7 pm, Dec. 15 and 16 at 3 pm
Walker Community United Methodist Church, 3104 16th Ave. S., Minneapolis
Tickets at the door ($10 for adults. $8 students, seniors)

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