Mattress revival

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  February 27, 2013

And as for the royal couple to-be, Giordano and Robinson's oddball buoyancy makes their union one to root for. "Happily ever after" might not work out as elegantly as in the storybook anymore, as Fred belts out in frustration, but this quirky romance still makes it look pretty good.

ONCE UPON A MATTRESS | directed by Michael Donovan | Produced by Lyric Music Theatre, in South Portland | through March 3 | 207.799.1421

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