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What are the Librarians and their Patrons Saying?


"The Fairy Tale Players are AMAZING! They bring such joy to all who see them. The Flint Public Library has had them for several performances and love being able to bring live theatre to our patrons. The cast is talented, engaging and interactive. The children love participating in the plays and especially love dressing up and chatting with the actors after the show. We will have them again!"

Elizabeth MacGregor, Program Coordinator, Middleton Flint Public Library


"Great staging, music and movement! We especially loved the non-scary costuming and the opportunity for children to do a little bit of their own pretending by opening the costume boxes after the performance. A terrific introduction to live theater!"
Corinne Fisher, Head of Children's Services, Reading Public Library

"Thank you for your excellent and entertaining production of The Frog Prince at Reading Public Library this past Wednesday. My kids loved it! We definitely want to come to future performances and will be mentioning your troupe to our own public library in Wakefield! Thanks again for all your hard work and enthusiasm!"

Linda B., library patron and mom of three

Library Programs

Current Show Offerings:

A Collection of Three Fabulous Fables

Through three short and sweet tales (The Lion and the Mouse, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, and The Tortoise and the Hare) we discover friendships between unlikely animals, even when competition, trickery and doubt are in the air.


Princess and the Pea

When you're a prince, you have a lot of responsibilities! Join him on his adventure as he tries to finish his chores before recess. Will his friend the rough and tumble princess be able to pass the Queen's ridiculous test? 


Goldilocks and the Three Bears

When the bears are away Goldilocks will play! In this musical tale, a little girl learns to not judge a bear by its size and to see the forest for more than just the trees.


Hansel and Gretel

When two siblings go into the woods in search of food without asking permission, they must learn whom to trust in the Enchanted Forest. Parents, a fairy, a witch, and two hungry children learn valuable lessons in this kooky tale.

If you are interested in bringing The Fairy Tale Players

(a non-profit organization!) to your library, please contact us at for pricing and availability.

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