"I have to let you know that Bri was amazing! We are still sitting here talking about how fabulous she was! Her voice was amazing and we love how she stayed in character the whole time. I will definitely recommend your company to everyone I know and I look forward to using your company for future events that I have personally and for my company." Michael P.
Sara Bernstein (Owner and Queen) has been to countless birthday parties. Sara is a mom of two boys and while attending a party in May 2013 with both of them, experienced a wonderful party. The aunt of the birthday girl wore a gown and called herself Princess Fluffernutter. There was tea, crown and sword decorating, dancing, princess training, and of course, face painting. Sara and her children had so much fun that she decided to begin this new adventure of Storybook Entertainment. In her previous profession, Sara worked in theater for youth and arts education for over 10 years serving as Arizona Theater Company's Education Manager. Sara is also an award winning director, earning two Arizoni awards for I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (2008) and Les Miserables School Edition (2012) and two additional nominations for other productions of Seussical Jr. and Sweeney Todd School Edition. In Chicago, Sara has directed youth theatre productions including Really Rosie, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Sound of Music, and Flapper. As an actor, Sara has played Amy in Company, the Witch in Into the Woods, and Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof. Sara received a Bachelor of Music Degree in Musical Production and Direction from Northwestern University.
Disclaimer: We are pleased to provide princess and superhero entertainment! It is not our intention to violate copyright laws, so we attempt to make each character different from nationally known, copyrighted characters using uniquely designed gowns, tiaras, hairstyles, etc. Please note that Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, The Snow Queen, Rapunzel, and The Little Mermaid are folk tales that are centuries old. Any resemblance or reference to any nationally recognized copy written character is unintentional and coincidental.