This non-Disney play, based on the original tale written in the 1700’s, comes from the playwright who brought us Little Red and Sleeping Beauty. The play tells the story of a young women, Beauty, and the sacrifice she makes to save her father’s life. How can she live and eventually “love” this monster who has imprisoned her? Journey along with Beauty and the Beast, as they struggle through the consequences of their choices.
Join Northwestern faculty Karen Baumgartner, flute, and guest Mallory McHenry, harp, in Nazareth Chapel for an evening of beautiful music!
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