In 2010 Theatre 13 presented "Rumplestiltskin".
The Christmas Pantomime version written by Helen Heron, is fairly true to the original, in that the miller boasts to the king that his daughter can spin straw into gold.
The king wants the daughter to do so for him and locks her in a room until the straw has been transformed. The poor girl is very upset, when suddenly a strange little man appears. He says he will help her, but she must give him something in return. Several times this happens, and she gives him all she has. On his final visit he says she must give him her first-born child in return for his spinning gold. She agrees to this terrible deal.
The next day the king releases her from the spinning room and marries her. The girl is very happy and completely forgets about the strange little man. Some time later her first child is born and, of course, the strange man comes back to claim his own. The new queen does not want to keep her side of the agreement, so the man makes her an offer. She will get three chances to guess his name, and if she succeeds, she can keep her child.
In our version of the story, special friends find out the name and tell the princess, so that she can keep her child – but Rumpelstiltskin is also happy. The friends who help the princess are actually also Rumpelstiltskin’s friends who had been looking for him for a long time… all’s well that ends well!