Written by Cara Johnston, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER AS PERFORMED BY THE QUEEN OF FRANCE AND HER FRIENDS is inspired by true events! Hidden away in the gardens of Versailles, stands the Petit Théâtre de la Reine, Marie Antoinette's very own private theatre. In 1780, the Queen and her friends played Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny's Le Roi et le Fermier in the little theatre. The original forest set and rustic cottage set have survived to this day! The storming of the Bastille occurred in Paris, France on the 14th of July in 1789. The Bastille was seen by the revolutionists as a symbol of the monarchy's abuse of power and its fall symbolized the end of the Ancien Régime and marked the beginning of the French Revolution. In 1792, the monarchy was abolished. In 1793, Louis and his wife Marie-Antoinette were sent to the guillotine for treason. 

THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER AS PERFORMED BY THE QUEEN OF FRANCE AND HER FRIENDS was recorded on the 14th of July, 2021 at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas, Texas and had it's world premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on Friday, August 13, 2021.




Jamie Baraff
Nick Carter
Issac Dansicker
Amanda Dearolph
Frank Del Corral
Amanda Erickson
Kenny & Lindsay Fickling
Emily Gaydosik
Nolan & Hannah Glenn
Amy Hansmann
Sabrina Harrison
Cece Holmes
Sophie Elise Hummrich
Tim & Amy Jeter
Dylan & Tori Johnston
Dustin Blake Johnston
Elwyn & ReGina Johnston
Sara Beth Joyer
Justin & Christina Kee
Dick King
Jane Kraemer
Justin & Andrea Lathrop
Daniel & Alicia Laux
Kimberly Lopez
Dave & Susan Marcontell
Jennifer Mauldin
Courtney Miles
Jerry Miles
Kim Montague
Paul & Rachel Moran
Shawna Moser
Christian Noguera
Amanda Nugent
Rachel Obranovich
Courtenay Paris
Janet Peterson
Trevor & Izzy Rees
Taylor Roark
David & Alishia Salmon

Kimberly Sasser
Kasten McClellan Searles
Annaleah Seebach
Stan & Billie Smith
Jeff & Katie Spenner
Jared & Bobbie-Ann Stortz
Ruth Swarthout
Lee & Carol Swarthout
Kyle Swarthout
Gabriena Vernier