David Gonzalez' The Frog Bride - A Hip, New Fairy Tale
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The last date listed for David Gonzalez' The Frog Bride was Saturday February 24, 2007 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Irvine Barclay Theatre:
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- $21.00 - $32.00
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Reviews & Ratings
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Perhaps I didn't read the advertisement correctly but we were under the impression that this was a full production play. A one-person storyteller did not fit the bill. My rating is only for the disappointment; otherwise (to be fair), the David Gonzalez' performance is a four star performance for people who know ahead of time what to expect.
Quotes & Highlights
“Mr. Gonzalez works his magic…absorbing, funny and suspenseful. The Frog Bride is enchanting.” —New York Times
A hip new family-friendly adaptation of the classic Russian fairy tale, The Frog Bride is beautifully told to the music of Prokofiev and original jazz/rock compositions in a setting of bold video images derived from Kandinsky. David Gonzalez tells this tale of a dreamy (and prideful) young man’s journey into manhood – told with a comic spark that swells to the outrageous._
The Frog Bride _made its New York debut this past spring to glowing reviews and wildly enthusiastic audiences. The sold-out show was further recognized with a Drama Desk nomination for “Unique Theatrical Experience,” an honor rarely given to family entertainment. A magical, enchanting hour of storytelling, this is a delightful way to introduce a young child to the joy of theatre – and a charming way for an adult to pass an hour, too.
Recommended for ages 6 and up.