Family Theater returns to Greenwich Village
“It's better than the Spongebob movie!”
~ Sofia L., age 6
“Rapunzarella White is everything a kids show should be: Colorful, fun, inclusive, and totally delightful! It is a clever spin on three fairy tales that all of us know and love. Plus, the music and lyrics are smart and sharply performed by a talented group of actors.”
~ Jack Hyman, Author of
"Breakfast with the Birds"
“…an unabashed joy! Terrific music, an adorably sassy script, and zingers that keep parents laughing along.”
~ Bruce Kluger, Contributing Editor,
“It’s a total delight!”
~ Mary McCormack, Tony Award-winning actress from Broadway's BOEING-BOEING
in association with
The Telling Company
40 Perry Street, New York, NY 10014
Rapunzel, Cinderella, and Snow White in Charming Musical for Kids
Rapunzel, Cinderella, and Snow White are triplets who are stolen by an angry witch. When she casts an evil spell, each sister is catapulted into her own fractured fairytale -- Rapunzel craves junk food, Cinderella has self-esteem issues, Snow White is allergic to apples, and each dreams of being rescued by a handsome Prince.
Beau, Barry, and Burly Bob may be a little more bashful and bumbling than bright, but with the help of the Fairy Tailor and a little magic, they all live happily ever after!
Running time: 60 mins.
Photographs courtesy of Irene Kaufman
A division of
Buy the Music
By June Rachelson-Ospa and Daniel Neiden
Directed by Daniel Neiden
“Having taught 3 and 4 year olds for 38 years, I can say there is nothing kids love more than being silly! RAPUNZARELLA WHITE is wonderful. These marvelous actors totally connect with the whole family.”
~ Frances Breuer, Pre-school teacher
“Indeed, a magic kiss to parents.”
~ Judith Newman, Allure Magazine
"My daughter and I saw Rapunzarella White this weekend and loved it!
She walked out and immediately said she wanted to see it again.
This is the first time she's felt that way about a show....It really felt like the kind of show I saw and loved as a kid. Not so easy to find anymore."
~ Vivian Connolly, a NYC mom