Northwest NEWS

November 8, 1999

Entertainment

'Cinderella' with a twist

Cinderella

Cinderella and her fairy godmother find they have much in common.

   StoryBook Theatre's musical adaption of Cinderella promises some surprises on Sunday, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m. at the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center, 2900 NE 150th St. in Duvall.The production is sponsored by the Duvall Arts Commission and the King County Performance Network.

   Artistic director Lani Brockman explores the themes of manners, kindness, and being true to oneself. With the help of an ingenious fairy godmother, Cinderella discovers how much the two have in common, despite their very different backgrounds. Meanwhile, Cinderella's stepmother and her mean stepsisters find out that being rude and empty cannot be disguised with phony good manners.

   StoryBook Theatre's presentations are designed for young audiences and their families to enjoy together. Children ages 3 to 9 years old and grown-ups wanting to recapture the magic of this timeless fairy tale will delight in the catchy music, colorful costumes, and quirky humor of the show.

   For ticket information on Cinderella or for details on season tickets, contact Jan at 425-844-8516.