Desperate to raise an army and storm Hortensia, Galavant and King Richard return to his former castle to find the village thriving, now that they've found democracy. The discovery causes Richard to have an identity crisis now that his people don't need him. Galavant uses a town hall meeting to recruit fighters from the village, but volunteers are in short supply. In Hortensia, an evil wedding planner named Wormwood poisons Isabella's mind with an enchanted tiara, intent on making her help him take over the kingdom.
Did You Know?
The first musical that Timothy Omundson
can recall seeing is Fiddler on the Roof
(1971), and as a youngster he used the song "If I Were a Rich Man" to audition with. The song was the inspiration for "If I Were a Jolly Blacksmith." See more
King of Valencia
You're twenty-five. My mother was a great-grandmother by then!
References Fiddler on the Roof
If I Were a Jolly Blacksmith
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
Performed by Timothy Omundson See more