Queen Zixi of Ix: Or The Story of the Magic Cloak by Jason Tremblay

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About The Play

East Valley Children’s Theatre Company (Mesa, AZ).
Dramedy, adapted from the story by L. Frank Baum.  60-75 minutes.  5-25+ females, 5-25+ males (10-50+ performers possible).  Suitable for all ages.

First produced by East Valley Children's Theatre Company (Mesa, AZ).  Winner of EVCT's New Play Contest.

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Queen Zixi of Ix (Kelly Nicole); East Valley Children’s Theatre Company (Mesa, AZ).

Adapted from the novel by L. Frank Baum, Queen Zixi of Ix, which has been critically acclaimed as “one of the best fairy tales ever written by anyone."  Bored with their ceaseless dancing, the fairies create a magic cloak which will grant its wearer a single wish.  At the same time, the King of Noland has died without an heir, and the law says that the new king shall be the forty-seventh person to enter the city gate that day.  And on that day, a humble ferryman’s son, Bud, happens to be on his way to the city with his sister, Fluff…

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Did You Know?

Tom Smith's The Wild and Wacky Rhyming Stories of Miss Henrietta Humpledowning was originally written as a shadow puppet play.