I loved fairy tales growing up except one – The Princess and the Pea. Every fiber of my being despised the story. I didn’t like the “Princess” and I loathed the queen. 459 more words
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One of the joys of helping to look after my little nieces is getting to revisit things from my childhood. Last week it was paperchain people (try them with monkeys – it’s really cute!) but the week before that it was the Princess and the Pea, the Hans Christian Andersen story about a girl who arrives at a castle in a storm, claiming to be a princess, and whose royal pedigree is proved by her feeling a dried pea through 20 mattresses. 592 more words
If you haven’t heard about the After Happily Ever After anthology, this interview series is a front row seat into the creative minds of the authors who have re-envisioned the fairy tale world beyond the final credits. 1,018 more words
The Ghent Playhouse is conjuring up a hilarious Once Upon a Mattress – and making it a musical comedy for the entire family.
After all what else will you get when you mix one pea, 20 mattresses and a Princess-to-be named “Fred?” You get one most unlikely musical love story, based on the popular fairytale, … 277 more words