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The Snow Queen (Way)

by Charles Way
Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen

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    The Snow Queen rules her kingdom with icy heart & iron grip. When shards of a magical mirror enter Cei's eye, he is entrapped in its spell. Cold-hearted, the Snow Queen takes him away to her land. With Cei as her assistant, she seeks to freeze hearts and rule a snow-and-ice world. Gerda, Cei's childhood friend, remains hopeful and embarks on a quest to save him & vanquish the Snow Queen.

    “What distinguishes this show from much Christmas fare is that is never patronizes its young audience, or takes the obvious route when a more imaginative one is available. Way’s writing has a lightness about it that works delightfully. This is a magical story, very well told.” –The Guardian, UK

    "An impressive new play by Charles Way for everyone over six…Its message, that the warm glow of Christmas is fuelled by optimism and kindness, is delivered with such style it’s bound to put you in the festive mood."- Time Out, UK

    “Funny, sometimes frightening and hugely entertaining. The Snow Queen is wonderful family entertainment for the festive season.” -South Wales Argus

    “A wonder-world of magic and invention that carries you off whatever your age.” –British Theatre Guide

    “Charles Way’s adaption strikes just the right balance between frightening and fun. The perfect winter show for children.” -The Western Mail

    Playwright: Charles Way
    Type: Play
    Pages: 62 pg
    Casting Breakdown: 20 roles + ensemble | Doubling possible for 8 actors
    Estimated Run Time: 80 minutes
    Audience Recommendation: 6+
    Availability: Performance licenses are only available in the United States and Canada
    Originally produced by Sherman Cymru, UK, in 2009

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