Sleeping Beauty plays this weekend at Southern Cayuga Central School in Aurora, New York. In this twist on the beloved classic, the traditional storyteller reading from his all too well-known book of "Sleeping Beauty" is quickly usurped by the play's feisty and funny villain. With a magic spell, this evil fairy turns back the hands of time to let the audience in on what really happened when the loss of her prized frog sent her down the path of revenge. This hour-long audience-participation comedy has a flexible cast of four to nine. Sleeping Beauty has enjoyed successful runs with professional adult companies, puppet theatres, community theatres, children's theatres, colleges, high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools. To read a large sample of the script online, purchase the book, or obtain production rights, go to http://www.playscripts.com. To learn more about Stacey Lane and her other plays for children and adults, please visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com. To contact the playwright directly, write to StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.