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Princess Tea Party returns

The Princesses are returning to Fayetteville.

Twilight Theatre is proud to announce the sixth performance of The Princess Tea Party at the Historic Fayette Train Depot. Join this enchanting group of storybook princesses in an afternoon filled with magical stories and enchanting singing about living, loving and dreaming big!

This show is the perfect way to make your little princess feel like true royalty. Each show is followed by a tea party included in the ticket price and hosted by the Princesses.

This year’s performance is directed by Amanda McDonald of Fayetteville.
“ I am so excited for this performance. These are some very talented ladies and I know that this is a show that everyone will enjoy.”

McDonald has performed in the production for three years and is returning as Cinderella.

Performances are June 28 and June 29 at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 for children, seniors, and military; $12 for adults. Reservations are strongly suggested for each of the shows. This show is great for birthday parties and large groups.
To reserve tickets for you and your princess, please e-mail: PrincessTeaParty@TheTwilightTheatre.com. Many attendees arrive dressed in their tea party best or princess costumes. Opportunities to take photos with the princesses will be available after each performance.

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