When a cruel and selfish king learns that his step-daughter’s beauty could be the end to his tyrannical reign, he places a spell on her – cursing her with the face of a pig! Now, Princess Pigface of Hillshire must cross many hills and swim many streams, seeking out acceptance and true love's first kiss. Along the way, she meets a dashingly handsome woodsman who prefers picking flowers to hunting, and comes to learn that true beauty is found within. Told with tongue firmly in cheek, this is a magical fairy tale that both kids and adults should enjoy!

“A funny and fast-paced fairytale…

I loved it!” 

~ Lawrenceville Patch

Oak Hills Junior High School, Montgomery, TX, May 2018 (Heather Ling, Dir.)

Lake-Sumter State College, Leesburg, FL, December 2016 (Peter Napoles, Dir.)

FPO, AP, USA, May 2015 (Mary O’Connell, Dir.)

Loyola Catholic School, Mankato, MN, January 2013 (Bradley Ganes, Dir.)

Lyford Cay International School, Nassau, Bahamas, November 2012 (Emily Swim, Dir.)

Camp Pondicherry, Bridgton, ME, August 2012 (Cassandra Child, Dir.)

The Training Center CACHE, Huntsville, TX, November 2011 (Richard Fur, Dir.)

Rickenbach Theatre, Maxatawny, PA, November 2011 (Karen Rice, Dir.)

Rising Stars at New Dawn Theatre, Cumming, GA, June 2011 (Jenny Scher, Dir.)

Lynn Lucas Middle School, Willis, TX, May 2011 (Karen Aldrich, Dir.)

Most Precious Blood School, Long Island City, NY, April 2011 (Ashley Spart, Dir.)

Plumsteadville Players, Plumsteadville Grange, PA, November 2010 (Carol Long, Dir.)

Published through YouthPLAYS, May 2010