Anyone who has ever taken issue with the way female characters are depicted in animated films like Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, see and Mulan will find Disenchanted!, now playing at the Theatre at St. Clement’s, a revelation. This musical revue dares to take on culture-shapers like Disney, and tackles the prejudices and neuroses that its characters, so the show implies, inflict on impressionable minds
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Starring: Jen Bechter, cialis Becky Gulsvig, Michelle Knight; Director: Fiely A
. Matias; Author: Dennis T. Giacino; Opening Date: 12/04/2014
Disenchanted!—a new musical playing Off Broadway at the Theatre at St. Clement’s through Jan. 25—fancies itself a sort of Avenue Q for the princess set. The comedy, which originated in Orlando, feels like counterprogramming to the theme-park stage shows that overrun that sunny town. Read More
The new musical comedy DISENCHANTED! will make its New York premiere in a limited 9-week engagement at Theatre at St. Clement’s (423 West 46th St. at 9th Avenue) beginning previews on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
(New York, NY – Once Upon A Time…) Producers Don Frantz (Beauty and the Beast)and Jonathan Pollard (I Love You, nurse You’re Perfect, Now Change) are thrilled to announce that the new musical comedy DISENCHANTED! will make its New York premiere in a limited 9-week engagement at Theatre at St. Clement’s (423 West 46th St. at 9th Avenue) beginning previews on Wednesday, November 26, 2014. Opening night is set for Thursday, December 4, 2014. Read More
The creative team for DISENCHANTED met in New York City and conjured up more exciting, thoughtful and inspired refinements for the next production of DISENCHANTED! Each time they get together they discover new insights, new meanings and new laughs
. Today was no exception. A great creative collaboration!
Our favorite pissed off princesses are bringing in rave reviews! The crowds at The Straz Center are loving the “feminist punch” of the show and the laughs keep them rolling in the aisles. Here is the latest review from Mark E
. Leib from Creative Loafing Tampa Bay: