A Royal Event

Sometimes, a local project can turn into an enchanting affair.

Saratoga Springs, NY (January 21, 2018) – For the makers of The Adventures of Snow White & Rose Red, seeing their TV series come alive has been a dream come true. Now, you and your children can experience the magic on and off-screen by attending a special screening at the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs.

Not only will your family be able to enjoy an exclusive sneak peak of the Amazon Prime children’s TV series, they will also get to meet Snow White and Rose Red, played by the enchanting Callista and Demetra Zorbas, in person! This magical fairy tale event also features a special guest appearance by Alice in Wonderland.

This event is also an opportunity to support local entrepreneurs and the creative industry in our community. All episodes of the television show were filmed right here in the Capital Region this past summer. A trailer for the show is already available for viewing on Amazon. All proceeds from ticket purchases will go directly to funding post-production on the series which will be released, in its entirety, later this year.

There will be two screenings 10am-12pm and 4pm-6pm on Saturday, February 10 at the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs. Tickets are $25 each, and children are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite fairytale character!

This is a magical event that you and your family won’t want to miss. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite today. Parents and grandparents in the Capital Region—don’t miss out on seeing your little ones in awe of Snow White and Rose Red!

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ABOUT TRIDENT FANTASY FILMS
Trident Fantasy Films, founded by Katie Spass, Andrew Balog and Nicole Coady, is a television and film production company based in Saratoga Springs, New York.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Kimberly Hickok
Marketing Kangaroo
Kim@MarketingKangaroo.com

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