Another masterpiece production at The Princeton Festival

Once Upon A Mattress - show review. 

The Princeton Festival’s habit of producing masterpieces time after time does show a lack of consideration for reviewers, who are thereby deprived of the opportunity to write the sort of sarcastic witticisms so beloved by many of the reviewer tribe. However, it is a great habit as far as audiences are concerned – who get a Broadway quality (or better) show for a whole lot less money and trouble than attending theater in New York costs.

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