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San Francisco Ballet • 42 weeks ago

Carabosse, a.k.a Maleficent (from Sleeping Beauty) -- The ultimate wicked fairy/witch who curses Sleeping Beauty to death by spinning wheel—later commuted to 100 year-long sleep—after a fateful christening snub. You’ll need: Cloak; pointy spindle; a fixation with christening etiquette Potential confusion: ”No, I’m not from Hocus Pocus”

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