The Laboratory Theater of Florida will present an audio-visual hybrid film and stage production of Disenchanted, a New Musical Comedy.
With theaters around the world dark to help curb the spread of the global pandemic, artists are anxious to get back to performing. The theater has instituted a rigorous pandemic protocol. This protocol incorporates a quarantine model for staff, crew, and cast, which includes but is not limited to isolation, temp checks upon arrival, masks for everyone not on stage (limited to one actor at a time), frequent hand washing, and buckets of hand sanitizer.
Our story begins years and years after our famous princesses had their supposed “happily ever after.”
They’re not too thrilled with how things turned out for them … in fact, they’re jaded, sassy, enlightened, and empowered. And what better way for them to express their disenchantment with the “princess complex” than through song?
Three virtual performances will be available – Friday, Sept. 18 and Saturday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m.
Digital passes are $25 and available by calling the box office at 239.218.0481 or clicking the button below.
The play is directed by Annette Trossbach with assistant director Gil Perez. Sponsored by Arlene Foreman.
This is an audiovisual recording and is only viewable online. Your digital pass is good for one viewing on that particular evening.
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