- $24 for two general-admission tickets (up to $43.50 value)
In the Galli Theater’s latest fairy-tale adaptation, a brave young woman ends up in a tight situation, and it’s all thanks to a big-mouth mirror. When the girl’s stepmother, a jealous queen, asks her mirror to name the fairest person in the land, the mirror spills the beans and names Snow White. Determined to have no other beauty around her, the queen sends Snow off on a dangerous trip into the woods. Galli’s adaptation turns the familiar story into an interactive, kid-friendly adventure.
Actor, philosopher, and all-around Renaissance man Johannes Galli has spent more than 25 years adapting age-old stories for the modern child. Taking the grim out of Grimm's Fairy Tales, each of his shows engages audiences with colorful onstage action, capturing youthful attentions while sneaking in important lessons about the power of kindness or the gradual extinction of witches. Pint-sized viewers aren't expected to sit quietly, either. Actors interact directly with their audience, mixing with the crowd and even inviting wee ones on stage to aid in the storytelling.