IrisBorn in the great house upon the hill, Iris is groomed for a life of wealth, vanity, subservience and emptiness. Iris struggles to maintain her inner light, imagination and independence in a society that wants her to be nothing more than a lovely little doll.
Lady MidnightThe Goddess of the night sky and the master of the Dream Weavers on the moon, Lady Midnight bonds Iris and Hippolyta together as she cultivates their inner fires through magical escapades into the sky.
HippolytaBorn an orphan, Hippolyta’s poverty and otherness guarantee her a life of servitude. She struggles to retain her strength and capacity to love in a world that brings her nothing but injustice.
The PrinceCharming, manipulative, and ambitious. The Prince is searching for a bride to take back to the city.
Miss MillHeadmistress of the finishing school where Polly is a servant. Bumbling and awkward and malicious, she is desperate to assert her worth to those above her and dominance over those below.
MotherThe widow of the wealthiest man in town, Iris’ Mother is an ambitious social climber who devotes her life to preparing Iris for a propitious marriage.”