Discount Broadway Tickets For Once Upon a Time One More Time
Once Upon a Time One More Time Summary
- Genre: Musical
- Once Upon a Time One More Time is 2 Hours 15 Minutes long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
- 8 Shows per week
- Previews Begin: June 26, 2020
- Show Opens: July 30, 2020
- Show Closes: November 30, 2020
Britney Spears songs empower Disney princesses who meet for their monthly book club as they read from the thought provoking book, The Feminine Mystique
Once Upon a Time One More Time on Broadway Background
Once Upon a Time One More Time came to Broadway, following a four and a half week ‘special attraction’ showing at the James M. Nederlander Theatre in Chicago. The musical was written by Jon Hartmere, a screenplay writer who has written for broadcast TV companies and streaming services like: Fox, Disney and Amazon. Hartmere chose to use songs originally performed by Britney Spears for the musical’s soundtrack. Spears is one of the best selling pop stars from the late 1990’s and early 2000’s and she has sold more than 150 million records around the world. Spears has countless awards and has been an iconic female role model for some time now. Direction for Once Upon a Time One More Time was led by Kristin Hanggi who was also the director of the Tony Award nominated Broadway show, Rock of Ages which closed in 2015 and also featured modern pop songs throughout the show.
What’s Once Upon a Time One More Time Like?
This musical follows a group of famous Disney princesses, including Cinderella and Snow White, who gather for their monthly book club meeting to read their own personal stories from Grimm's Fairy Tales. This time though, a rogue fairy godmother comes by and replaced their usual book with, The Feminine Mystique, the book that is known for igniting the second wave feminist movement in the United States in the mid 1960’s. Songs from Britney Spears like Oops I Did It Again, Lucky and Toxic are featured during the show and help propel the story forward, empowering the Disney princesses to start to stand up for themselves. The show is designed to teach women an alternative truth about the erroneous ‘Happily Ever After’ story book ending. Spears is not actually performing in the show although some websites make it seem like she is, but she did sign off on the use of her song anthems and she vigorously supports the feminist movement.
Is Once Upon a Time One More Time Good for Kids?
This show is intended for people of all ages to enjoy, but young and tween females are clearly the target audiences.
New York, NY 10019
James L Nederlander
- General Manager
- Charlotte Wilcox Company
- Casting Director
- Stewart/Whitley Casting
- Press Agent
- Vivacity Media Group
- Book Writer
- Jon Hartmere
- Kristin Hanggi
- Mari Madrid
- Keone Madrid