Students at Kings Junior High will bring the story of Cinderella to the stage for three performances beginning Thursday.
The fairy tale story of how Cinderella meets her Prince Charming will be retold on stage at 7 p.m., Thursday through Saturday.
Watch as Cinderella, played by Ajah Tasker-Moore tries to get to the ball only to be foiled by her stepmother, portrayed by Gracie Bloomfield; and stepsisters, Portia, played by Shelby Malburg; and Joy, played by Addie Collins.
Cinderella’s fairy Godmother, played by Sabrina Sharpe, helps her get to the ball but issues a warning that her magic coach will return to a pumpkin at midnight.
When Cinderella leaves just before midnight, she loses a slipper that the prince, played by Dane Doebereiner, goes through the kingdom, door-by-door looking for Cinderella.
Other key characters are the herald, played by Shawn Render; the queen, played by Amber Mitchell; the King, played by Alec Freeman; and the chef, played by Calvin Meeker.
The townspeople, palace staff and ball guests are played by: Corrine Baber, Crissy Chavez, Maggie Engelhard, Maddie Feltner, Zoey Fitzgerald, Eliza Hammond, Jessica Harmon, Shelby Harvey, Amy Helms, Brooke Howard, Shannon Jelley, Nicole Klepcyk, Mallory Marchal, Haley Olberding, Grace Pansch, Hannah Robinson, Darby Schussel, Katelyn Sevier, Faith Shields, Bella Spleen, Shannon toggle, Megan Wagner, and Jessica Wright.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for children under the age of 12. They can be purchased at the door or in advance at the junior high school office, 5620 Columbia Road.
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