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Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Olivia Pistella ( Lady Larkin) sings about a secret she shares with Prince Harry in musical, 'Once Upon A Mattress' at the Aspinwall Riverfront Park.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
The ensemble shares in Prince Dauntless’ joy finding a suitable princess during ' Song of Love' during the medieval musical ' Once Upon a Mattress'. The Stage Right Pittsburgh’s Young Artists production at the Aspinwall Riverfront Park runs through August 18, 2018,
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Duncan Reagan ( Minstrel ) opens the show with a song about a kingdom in need of a princess during the Stage Right medieval musical ' Once Upon a Mattress' at the Aspinwall Riverfront Park.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Prince Dauntless and the ladies of the royal court try to help Princess Winnifred find a good place to sleep in scene from 'Once Upon A Mattress' at the Aspinwall Riverfront Park.

Stage Right Performing Arts & Education, in partnership with the District Association, hits the stage with the 2018 Young Artists Summer Theater production of “Once Upon a Mattress,” a remake of the fairytale “The Princess and the Pea.” The musical is produced by Jim Froehlich with stage production by Bill Ivins. The show continues Aug. 16-18 with doors open a hour before show for drinks and snacks at the Aspinwall Riverfront Park.

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