Posted on September 4, 2013 by Sally Mesarosh
East of the Sun and West of the Moon is a Norwegian folktale with a storyline similar to Beauty in the Beast, but with a flavor all its own. The lead character, Karen, and her peasant family fear they won’t survive the harsh winter, until a magic bear promises them wealth if she agrees to live with the bear. There, she discovers that he’s actually a prince under a powerful curse. To save him, Karen must rely on her bravery and wits to rescue the man she loves.
This play will also tour 10 different Mesa Public Schools elementary schools on Fridays during October and November as part of the Theatre & Film Arts Department’s outreach program.
Contact: Marisa Estrada, Box Office Coordinator
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