Crowned, an indie web series about life as a princess party character (review)

Crowned_Web_Series_PosterEvery girl dreams of being a princess. As for me? I dreamed of being She Ra, Princess of Power. She may not be your conventional princess, but she’s a princess nonetheless. As adults, reality sets in and we realize being a princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially if your job is being a full-time princess…at parties that is.

Crowned is a web series that explores the comedic aspect of being a grown up while playing fantasy. And as their tag line states, “Being a Princess is no fairy tale.” Starring Macie Edwards, Teruko Kataoka, and Youtube sensation Drew Droege (the epic comedian who plays the drag version of Chloe Sevigny). It follows the industry of Princess Party characters, and the reality of what it’s like to work in this strange world.

The web series is sweet and good with wholesome laughs, which can be contributed to their Groundlings heavy cast. The series focuses on stuff that a lot of people can relate to, and features people who take their jobs too seriously, those who don’t, and customers with very, very strange requests. It’s all in a day’s work while wearing a tiara.

As they are gearing up for Season Two, you can quickly give this indie series a view and catch up on all six episodes of season one. It’s clearly made for the hard-working actresses that have had to do these kind of gigs to pay the rent, but even if that’s not you, you are sure to get a kick out of seeing what’s behind the curtain, so to speak. It’s worth a giggle.

To find the series you can head to crownedseries.com.

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