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The Witch's Princess

Written By: Don Zolidis
Length: 75-85 minutes
Cast Size: 12-45 actors (9F. 9M, 7 any)
Genre: Comedy
Sub-Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
Synopsis:
The queen is dead. The kingdom is cursed. And the only way to lift the curse is to slay the witch. When Princess Alessandra’s father the king offers her hand in marriage to the knight who can slay the evil bog witch and lift the curse, there’s only one thing for the princess to do: Sneak out of the castle and kill the witch herself to avoid marriage. But she’s not dumb and she’s not going...Read More

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Product specification details
Genre Comedy
Sub-genre Adventure, Fantasy
Length Type Full-Length
Theme Dark Fairytale, Family, Pop Culture
Cast Size 12-45 actors (9F. 9M, 7 any)
Approx. Running Time 75-85 minutes
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The queen is dead. The kingdom is cursed. And the only way to lift the curse is to slay the witch. When Princess Alessandra’s father the king offers her hand in marriage to the knight who can slay the evil bog witch and lift the curse, there’s only one thing for the princess to do: Sneak out of the castle and kill the witch herself to avoid marriage. But she’s not dumb and she’s not going alone, because she’s first assembling a crack crew of the deadliest monsters in myth and legend to help. But she discovers the monsters aren’t what they seem, and neither is the witch, or the curse, or the kingdom. A rollicking and wild quest of magic and adventure.

(If you loved She Kills Monsters, read this play immediately.)

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  • High School Theatre Teacher, Crestview, FL

    Audience Engagement

    The play was wonderful! Our audiences laughed so hard, they cheered for their favorite characters, and gasped at the end twists with the witch and the narrator. It was such a fantastic experience for the students working with the show and those attending.

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