Sleeping Beauty

08/02/2018 8:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Highland Main Square Park
Address: 3005-3049 Ridge Rd, Highland, IN 46322, USA

Action, comedy, romance, rock ‘n roll, and a little bit of opera spice up the story of Sleeping Beauty in this magical, musical twist on the fairy tale classic. At Princess Briar Rose’s christening, wicked Wisteria puts a curse on the newly born baby after realizing she wasn’t invited to the party. Three wacky fairies along with Briar Rose’s overprotective parents, quickly shelter the curious and beautiful princess, but even then the spell finds Briar Rose and puts her to sleep for a hundred years. Only a guitar-playing prince can conquer the curse, waking her with true love and a song.

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