Fratello Marionettes: “The Frog Prince” | Noe Valley
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Noe Valley Branch Library | 451 Jersey St., San Francisco, CA
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2014 Performing Arts Festival | SF Public Library
San Francisco libraries welcome multi-media music, storytelling, circus performers, puppet shows, and more throughout the month of March with the Performing Arts Festival 2014.
Check out the full schedule and come out for some family-friendly fun.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
The Frog Prince | 2014 Performing Arts Festival | SF Public Library
Who’s pulling the strings? The Fratello Marionettes, well known and well-loved in San Francisco, return with The Frog Prince.
This classic fairy tale tells the story of the spoiled Princess Ofelia on the day of her birthday celebration. The Court Jesters have come to entertain with their acrobatic feats. Soon it’s discovered that the wicked witch has transformed a handsome Prince into a frog and he is destined to live out his life in the wishing well. While playing in the meadow, Princess Ofelia accidentally drops her new golden ball into the well. The princess promises to grant the frog three wishes before he will retrieve her ball. Will the princess follow through with her promises, and will the frog indeed turn back into the handsome Prince?
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Categories: Kids & Families, San Francisco, Theater & Performance