Cinderella 2011

Midnight for Cinderella

Advertising Sponsors can jump to find out more!

Our holiday offering for 2011 is Cinderella, a tried and true favourite for people of all ages. This fast-paced pantomime is Cinderella with a twist - the Prince is afflicted by a serious condition that only true love can cure! Familiar characters of the step-mother and step-sisters conspire against Cinderella, and she is helped by her Fairy Godmother. Come see what's happening at the Palace Ball!

Directors Anne Mortensen (Oliver!) and Charles Robertson (Romeo and Juliet) are pleased to introduce this talented cast:

Cinderella, Sara Sturgeon - (Charlotte Sowerberry, Oliver!)
Prince Charming - John MacPherson (Ren, Footloose)
Prince's Servant/Narrator - Ian MacPherson (Dodger, Oliver!)
Fairy Godmother - Allyson Foster (Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka; Witch, Beauty and the Beast)
Doc - John Farant (Mr. Bumble, Oliver!)
Stepmother - Bryden Trapp
Stepsister - Khira Wieting
Stepsister - Daniel Powell
Queen - Meg Morgan
King - Daniel Smith
Ed - Ian Lamb
Hubert/ assorted roles! Eric Sturgeon, Ted Mathers

You can read a review of the 2008 production, and read more about it.

Performance dates, locations:

Saturday December 17, 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm @ The Kingston Christian School, 1212 Woodbine Road
Sunday December 18, 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm @ L'Octave Theatre, 711 Dalton Avenue

Advertising Sponsors

We are offering $25.00 business-card sized ads. The run is four shows, two matinees, two evenings, Sat. Dec 17 at Kingston Christian School, and Sunday Dec. 18 at L'Octave Theatre. Ticket prices are $10.00 (child /student) $12.00 (senior) and $15.00 (adult). Cinderella is a well-loved pantomime that will have families tapping their toes and singing along with the characters on stage.

Each advertising sponsor receives two complimentary tickets for the performance of his/her choice. (A $30 value.) We've made it simple to become a sponsor - just scan and email me a copy of your business card or a high-resolution ad (2"x 3.5"), and pay through Paypal by credit or debit card, or you can pay by email transfer or cheque.

View a pdf from our 2008 production to see sample business card sponsorships.



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