What happens after ‘happily ever after’?

2017-09-26 06:01

Once upon a time, not so long ago... all the evil fairytale characters had been conquered and they all lived together at ­Dungeon.

Dungeon was the rehabilitation centre for evil fairytale characters.

They had to stay there until they were good again. And only then would they be allowed to live happily ever after together with the good fairytale characters in ­Camelot.

Prince Hans was in charge of the rehabilitation centre.

He had repented his bad ways after his adventure in Arendale, or so he had made people believe …

If you have ever wondered what really happens at the end of your favourite fairy story, then After Ever After, A MADS production directed by Pilar Spinnox Pringiers, is one not to be missed.

With gorgeous costumes, a fabulous cast and colourful sets, this show is sure to tickle the memory and titillate the imagination.

We see a lot of beloved fairytale characters appear in this story.

Colourful and to the delight of audiences of all ages, this original story tries to give an answer to the simple question: What happens to the fairytale characters after the well known ending “And they lived happily ever after”?

The crew put a lot of effort into costumes, set and props in order to deliver a dazzling show.

The cast brings the story to life with lots of sing along songs and dance to keep even the youngest of audience members glued to their seats.

Audiences are invited to come dressed up in their favourite costume and to stay in the foyer after the show for a meet and greet with the characters.

After ever after is on the Masque Theatre in Muizenberg from Thursday 28 September to Saturday 7 October. Tickets cost R90 for adults and R70 for children under 12, babies under two are free when sitting on the lap.

V Book at Computicket or via the theatre on 021 788 1898 or bookings@masquetheatre.co.za.

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