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February 24, 2012


Fairfield Museum and History Center



$7; $5 Children; three and under free

Description: In this wild and wacky adaptation of the classic tale, an old washerwoman tells the story of Rapunzel, who is very clever in this version. She has learned a few tricks from the witch, especially how to "sing" things to grow. She is able to "sing" a boat into existence in order that she and the Prince can get away on the ocean. The washer woman tells the story using a variety of household objects, as well as puppets. Aaudience participation is encouraged.

Address: 370 Beach Road
Fairfield , CT 06824
Phone: 203-259-1598
Website: fairfieldhistory.org