Children's theater brings fairy tale to stage
The leprechauns knew there was trouble brewing between both kingdoms that would take plenty of magic to fix.
Jack Frost was making life tough for the king and queen of the lands of Glacierdom, who was not only pestering their crown prince but was also turning the lands of neighboring Riverdom into a frozen tundra.
To make matters worse, the Storm King and Snow Queen were hoping to find a suitable wife for their son, only to find plenty of imposters among the handful of contenders. Out of all the princess candidates, there was one that seemed to fit the bill -- the princess of Riverdom herself -- whose constant companion is a talking pea.
In the end, a little bit of leprechaun magic helps both kingdoms come together with everyone living happily ever after.
On Saturday afternoon, a group of children from the local community came together to bring the classic fairy tale to life as the Missoula Children's Theatre presented The Princess and the Pea.
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