A new jukebox musical based around Britney Spears' songs is set to premiere in Washington D.C. this November.
Once Upon A One More Time, which was originally scheduled to debut in Chicago in 2019, had been cancelled completely because of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
The show is now scheduled to premiere on November 29 at D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company for a limited run until January 2, 2022.
Written by Jon Hartmere, the story revolves around a book club formed by Cinderella, Snow White and Ariel and the disruption caused when their fairy godmother shares a book called The Feminist Mystique with them, opening their eyes to a world away from "bird-made dresses and true love’s kiss".
Spears’ songs will be performed by the trio of fairy-tale princesses and the track list is reported to include the likes of Oops I Did It Again, Lucky, Circus, and Toxic.
Earlier this month, Spears took to Instagram to condemn the documentaries made about her life, calling them "hypocritical".
"So many documentaries about me this year with other people's takes on my life," she captioned a post. "What can I say … I’m deeply flattered !!!! These documentaries are so hypocritical … they criticize the media and then do the same thing."
Spears is set to appear in court in June at a hearing about her conservatorship. Her legal team, lead by lawyer Samuel D. Ingham III, has petitioned for her father, Jamie Spears, to be removed from the conservatorship.