Rapunzel longs to be a cowgirl but her mother insists
it’s time for her to start acting like a lady. When the evil
Bandit Queen shows up to steal the town fortune, it’s up to
Rapunzel and her famous, long golden hair-lasso to save the day.
Can she prove to everyone that she’s more than just a lady? Hop on the “Friendship Train” and help lasso the Bandit Queen just in time for Rapunzel’s birthday party!
RAPUNZEL - Lead. A teenager with strong, long, golden hair. Strong Mix/Belt.
BANDIT QUEEN - Lead. An evil thief from south of the border. The best bandit in the west. Alto/Belt.
BART - Supporting. The Bandit Queen’s right hand man; prone to mistakes. Tenor.
WILLY - Supporting. Sally’s older brother and The Tower pianist. Baritone.
SALLY - Supporting. Rapunzel’s best friend and fellow entertainer at The Tower. Soprano.
WIDOW WILSON - Supporting. Rapunzel’s mother and owner of The Tower, the best saloon in the West. Alto.
SHERIFF - Supporting. A money-hungry officer of the law. Baritone.
approx. 50 min without intermission
music style: primarily contemporary bluegrass musical theatre
features one pop gospel number, and one latin number
Audiences will learn that despite the opinions of others, you should be true to yourself and follow your dreams.
good vs. evil
basic characteristics of a Melodrama
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