Apr 26, 2013 6:42 AM by Dan Shadwell
This weekend, some dream weavers will create a sixth tapestry for the senses at the Performing Arts Center in Templeton.
This year's "Once Upon a Time" theme presents a journey of dreams, through classic fairy tales including "Little Red Riding Hood," "Mulan," and "Aladdin."
Co-directors June Greenawalt and Bob Woodard say the show is a community collaboration and changes every year, depending largely on which artists join the show.
"We get jugglers, we've got belly dancers, we've got belly dancers that do stuff with swords, and we create a show around it," says Woodard. "So, once we see what we have, how many singers, how many actors, how many specialty acts, dancers, what we have, then we create the show."
"We were in Vegas one year and we saw Kai," explained Greenawalt. "That took us in a totally different... we were like, 'wow!' inspiration comes from different places."
"Dreamweaver 2013--Once Upon a Time," runs this weekend, with four shows beginning Friday night.
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