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An evening sure to delight audiences with its whimsical elegance, Sir Frederick Ashton's Cinderella returns to Boston Ballet after a successful premiere in 2014. The production, which is regarded as on of Ashton's greatest works, will be split into three acts to a score by the legendary Sergei Prokofiev and features all the enchantment of the well-known fairytale with modern touches.
One plucky housemaid's determined belief in happiness beyond drudgery and the transforming power of love allow her to break free; the story is daringly re-imagined for a contemporary audience and Cinderella's two spine-tingling stepsisters take on a comedic approach.
Will Ashton keep tradition with men performing the role of the stepsisters? A role Ashton himself danced.
Opening night: 18 May 2019
Suitable for ages 6+
2 hours and 25 minutes with 2 intermissions
Music - Sergei Prokofiev
Choreography - Sir Frederick Ashton
Lighting - Christopher Dennis
Scenic Designer - David Boechler
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