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Why See ?

Nine 2013 tony nominations

Get ready to swept away by the twinkling timeless of Cinderella, the definitive rags to wonderful story that has charmed and inspired audiences all over the world since first broadcast with the legendary Julie Andrews on CBS in 1957.

Rogers and Hammerstein's classic adaptation has been reincarnated for the 21st Century, with a new book by Douglas Carter Beane that updates the fairytale with new sub-plots, whilst keeping the heart of this wonderful story of Cinderella, her glass slipper and the Prince who falls for her. This fresh and sweet revival is an opulent affair, with high spirited choreography, stunning costumes, against the soundtrack of R&H's best songs.

Since opening on Broadway in 2013, Cinderella has been a hot ticket, her dreamy transformation at the hands of the witty, warm Fairy Godmother entrancing visitors and now you can see the magic on stage when it arrives at in , , Open Run

Once upon a time...

Poor Ella leads a miserable life of servitude under her wicked stepmother and unsympathetic stepsisters. Everyday, she dreams of something better, of escaping her chores and finding love.

Her prayers are answered in the form of her Fairy Godmother, who turns up to save her and conjures her from serving girl to princess, in time for the ball. There's only one condition, she must be home before midnight, otherwise she will face the consequences.

But when she leaves her glass slipper, she is sought by the Prince, who will stop at nothing to find the mysterious Cinderella...

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Dates

Performance date: 1 January 1970

Audience

Suitable for audiences aged 4 and upwards

Run time

Two hours and fifteen minutes, including intermission

Cast and Creative

Cast

Tatyana Lubov as Cinderella
Hayden Stanes as Prince Topher
Leslie Jackson as Marie
Sarah Primer as Madame
Ryan M Hunt as Sebastian
Joanna Johnson as Charlotte
Mimi Robinson as Gabrielle
Chris Woods as Jean-Michel
Vincent Davis as Lord Pinkleton

Creative

Mark Brokaw (Direction)
Josh Rhodes (Choreography)
Anna Louizos (Set Design)
William Ivey Long (Costume Design)
Ken Posner (Lighting Design)
Nevin Steinberg (Sound Design)
David Chase (Music Adaptation, Supervision and Arrangements)
Andy Einhorn (Music Director, Conductor)

Awards

2013 Tony Awards Won

Best Costume Design of a Musical


2013 Tony Award Nominations

Best Book of a Musical (Douglas Carter Beane)

Best Revival of a Musical

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical (Santino Fontana)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical (Laura Osnes)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical (Victoria Clark)

Best Orchestrations (Danny Troob)

Best Costume Design of a Musical (William Ivey Long)

Best Lighting Design of a Musical (Kenneth Posner)

Best Sound Design of a Musical (Nevin Steinberg)

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