Lake City students will present ‘Cinderella’It’s amazing what the right shoe can do for you – or least for students in Lake City as they prepare for their play “Cinderella.”
It’s amazing what the right shoe can do for you – or least for students in Lake City as they prepare for their play “Cinderella.”
The curtain opens 7 p.m. Friday Nov. 9. The production also will be performed 7 p.m. Saturday Nov. 10 and 2 p.m. Sunday Nov. 11 at Lincoln High School.
The show is a cross between the Brothers Grimm and the classic Disney version. It is a seamless blend of romance, humor, and familial relations,
“‘Cinderella’ is different than other productions due to its glitz, glitter and glam,” assistant director Deb Tiedeman said. “Its comedy is fast paced and balanced deliciously with its scintillating dialogue and over-the-top costuming.”
The cast of 44 actors and 18 techies have been working for seven weeks to pull this production together.
Leading roles include Ellyn Dankers as Cinderella, Ben Gardner as the Prince and Haley Martin as the Fairy Godmother.
Helping them are two directors and five other adults who have been helping build props, alter costumes, run lines, and work with lights and sound.
Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students and are currently on sale in Lake City at Fiesta Foods, Marien’s Deli, Snyder Drug and Lincoln High School.