This wildly imaginative new family musical features spoofs and goofs of all your favorite fairy tales! Meet Jacob, Wilhelm and George—The Brothers Grimm themselves!—all set to present their best-known stories. But when they forget their book of fairy tales, the fun really starts. Add a sequined and feathered Showgirl to help the guys, and you’ve got a great big comedy hit! Featuring exciting versions of “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Snow White,” “Rapunzel” and “Sleeping Beauty,” the fun leads to a delightfully nonsensical and audience-inspired story called “Das Rumpleshperlinschpee.” Fast-paced and inventive, this is the most ‘happy ever after’ show around!
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Bert Bernardi (Book & Lyrics) has penned hundreds of original musicals for young audiences including the award-winning adaptation of the best-selling book "Cinderella Skeleton." His work also includes stage adaptations of "Auntie Claus," "The Adventures of Dish & Spoon," as well as the original comedy, "Lifeboat, Dahling!" (with Joe Landry). His collaborations with Rugg include "Special Breakfast"(for NYU’s 4@15 Fifteen-Minute Musicals), "Glitz! The Little Miss Christmas Pageant Musical," "Teen Santa," and "Groovy Ghoulies." A working actor and director, Bert is co-founder of Pantochino Productions Inc. and the recipient of the Connecticut Critics Circle Tom Killen Award for Outstanding Contribution to Theatre. Justin Rugg (Music) is an actor, singer and composer originally from New Jersey, now residing in Connecticut. He made his New York City debut with his post-hipster cabaret “Predictable Heart” and is resident music director for Pantochino Productions, Inc. His work with Bernardi includes “The Brothers Grimm And A Showgirl,” “Glitz! The Little Miss Christmas Pageant Musical,” “Glam Kitty Squad,” “Pirate Schmirate!,” and “Special Breakfast” (for NYU’s 4@15 Fifteen-Minute Musicals).
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