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Breakfast with Sleeping Beauty & Her Winter Knight

Nov 23, 2014

olivia-holt-garrett-clayton-oct-31-2014The Pasadena Playhouse presents Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Night and what’s the holidays without a dose of fantasy and romance— rational, realistic, or otherwise?

Children (perhaps primarily of the female persuasion) will be thrilled to know that breakfast may be enjoyed with the fair maiden of the tale, as well as other fairy tale characters.

A breakfast buffet will be created by Red White + Bluezz next door and includes (we have to list the items for full effect):

  • Queen’s scrambled eggs
  • Prince’s potatoes
  • French toast of Truth
  • True love bacon
  • Silly Billy sausage
  • Fairy tale fruit
  • Castle cottage cheese with peaches
  • Aurora oatmeal and sweet honey

Aurora’s the oatmeal? While the queen’s eggs and the prince’s potatoes mix and mash? Hmmmm…

We do love the “true love” bacon; well done, please.

Breakfast is complimented by visits with the play’s characters before the noon matinee. This special event package includes entrance to the Playhouse’s Winter Wonderland, too.

 

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Photo by Michael Rozman

 

This production of Sleeping Beauty brings back the collaboration between the Playhouse and Lythgoe Family Productions. It stars Olivia Holt of Disney’s I Didn’t Do It, Garrett Clayton, and Lucy Lawless of Xena: Warrior Princess fame.

 

Sleeping Beauty Character Breakfast, Winter Wonderland & the Play!
Saturdays, Dec. 13th, 20th, 27th & Jan. 3rd
Sundays, Dec. 21st, 28th, & Jan. 4th
Ticket package price: $48-$116 (kids) and $66-$127 (adult)
Call 627.356.7529
Or visit PasadenaPlayhouse.org

 

Lucy Lawless (Xena: The Warrior Princess) as Carabosse, the wicked fairy godmother

Lucy Lawless (Xena: The Warrior Princess) as Carabosse, the wicked fairy godmother

 

From the Pasadena Playhouse:

An updated version of the classic Grimm fairytale, in the style of a traditional British family Panto, SLEEPING BEAUTY and Her Winter Knight is a singing and soaring winter adventure that features family-friendly magic, with a comedic twist, dancing (with “So You Think You Can Dance” alumni), a live pony, interaction with the audience and contemporary music from Jessie J’s “Domino” to John Legend’s “All Of Me,” Pharrell Williams “Happy” to Survivor’s “Eye of The Tiger” and more. A Panto is known for its interactive style and humor that appeals to everyone from ages 2–102!

“Those who have never been to a panto will have a glorious introduction to the forum” (Los Angeles Times).

 

Holt & Clayton still looking royal and dashing, even when in "street" clothes while celebrating Holt's birthday

Holt & Clayton still looking royal and dashing, even when in “street” clothes while celebrating Holt’s birthday

 

 




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