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While not deviating too far off the path the Brothers
Grimm created, Briar Rose is able to delve into
questions and feelings that all of us have at one point
in our lives; feelings from not belonging, sexual
frustration, and even suicide. But none of these points
are pounded into your mind, and none of them tackled
with the weight one might expect from such serious
Briar Rose is entertainment for everyone, without
talking down to anyone. It’s filled with rich
characters – evil, good, and just plain silly.
Sometimes the stage is filled with movement that feels
as though it might spill out into the audience; and
sometimes it’s still with a calm simplicity for a
poignant moment. And with music and lyrics ranging from
exceeding happiness to relentless action; all formed
together to make the experience of Briar Rose a musical
like none you’ve ever experienced before.
Briar Rose is currently under extensive rewrites and is
planning to come back to the stage some time soon.
Briar Rose premiered January 19th, 2010 at Roy Arias
(more coming soon)