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Of course “One Magic Kiss: The Snow White Story” includes adorable dwarfs, a mean queen, and the lovely Snow White. But the Delaware Children’s Theatre’s latest production also includes fresh, original music, a talented cast of performers, and new set designs that will captivate and entertain children and families.  The show opens tomorrow and runs through January 31 every Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm.

This timeless story has a contemporary twist with powerful themes about self esteem and standing up to bullies. In this case, the bully is a Mean Girl Queen who rules the land with her clique of Princesses. The delightful dwarfs and the outcast Snow White finally stand up to her with the help of one very magical Wizard. This warm hearted show is the perfect remedy for these cold January days. And parents, bring your cameras! Kids are invited to attend the show dressed as Princesses and Wizards to participate in the Royal Parade which takes place at intermission. Tickets on sale now at www.dechildrenstheatre.org or are available at the door.

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