Shakespearean style play based off the historic story of Snow White. Margarete and her lover Phillip were never meant to fall in love.
A love story that was never meant to be written was lost in time. A play writ from boredom leads the three witches from Shakespeare's Macbeth to conjure a spell to entertain themselves. A story they argue that will have terrible consequences and a fabled end. From the movement of their hands to the chanting in their voice a story begins.
Margarete, the princess of England, and Phillip, the prince of Spain, are two very different people. Margarete a kind and intelligent young woman searches for companionship and love. Phillip a foolhardy, disputable, and rule breaking young man scourers the English countryside with his loyal servant, Faberico, looking for furniture to bring back to Spain, but instead spies a princess. A testament of love and the winning of Margarete's heart is not an easy thing to do especially when tensions arise between countries and tyrants rule blindly. Filled with witchcraft, wicked plots, poetic love, betrayal and magic mirrors, a different type of dark fairytale is told. Based on the historic story of Snow White and a combination of the Shakespearean style verse, this play on words shows the true power of poetry and the beauty words can possess.