Once Upon A Mattress

Producer Beverly Vazquez
Director Darin Kerby
Musical Director Shelly Andrews
Choreographer Sharon White
Technical Director Mark Masoni
Lighting Designer Darin Kerby
Set Designer Joe Cardinalli
Minstrel Mishele McQueen
Princess Winnifred Holly Chadd
Prince Dauntless Michael John Montez
Queen Aggravain Brenda Flippo
King Sextimus the Silent Beau Davis
Lady Larken Cindy Davis
Sir Harry Mark Benthimer
Wizard Elliot Cady
Princess #12 Mary Spencer
Sir Studley David Weiss
Ladies in Waiting
1st – Rowena Mchelle Weaver
2nd – Merrill Paula Andher
3rd – Lucile Franca Barsi
Amy Allen
Leslie Allen
Julie Arde
Karen Austin
Valerie Benitez
Toni Contreras
Lorrie Cook
Michelle Davis
Jennifer Fallis
Katie Grube
Helen Hwang
Danielle Le Duc
Jennifer Nunes
Catalina Ortiz
Christina Ortiz
Candy Palmerlee
Carol Pettner
Michelle Posey
Kim Quaill
Roslyn Regaldo
Erica Rizzi
Rayma Ulfertis
Suzy Vassale
Monique Vazquez
Knights Kevin Fallis
Mickey Guerini
Simon Pintello
Richard Sacculo
Doug Tucker
Eric Vianelle
Chris Yoder
Rob Castro

Due to an unhappy curse, King Sextimus is unable to speak. Meanwhile, his terror-of-a-wife, Queen Aggravian, has taken over control of the kingdom. Most importantly, in an attempt to keep Prince Dauntless single, she has decreed that only the princess that can pass her test may marry her son. Further, no one else in the kingdom may marry until Prince Dauntless does. Lady Larken and Sir Harry are extremely disturbed by this fact since Lady Larken is now pregnant with Sir Harry’s baby. Luckily, Sir Harry is able to find an amazing princess, Winnifred the Woebegone. She instantly catches the attention of Prince Dauntless, and in the end, is able to pass the Queen’s supposedly impassable sensitivity test. When the Queen still tries to prevent the Prince Dauntless from marrying, he tells her to ‘shut up’ which ends up breaking the curse on the king. Now able to speak, King Sextimus regains his rightful position as leader of the kingdom, and all is well.