The midnight clock is counting down the hours before the curtain goes up on the funniest new family theatre experience in Santa Clarita!
This magical production, written and directed by Jackie Mellor Guin, is a perfect treat for all the family and will have you laughing in the aisles! This classic story tells the tale of Cinderella, her bossy, ugly step sisters, an evil wicked stepmother and a handsome Prince Charming and a few other assorted characters -- all with a bit of a BIG, HUGE TWIST! You see, the tradition of British pantomime has very deep roots and draws on the 15th and 16th century traditions of Commedia del Arte for an assortment of stock characters and other conventions that many Americans are not familiar with. The best friend may also be the prince who, by the way is a girl, who can’t find the ghost in the ghost scene. The stepsisters are called the Uglies… and are both played by men (think Mrs. Doubtfire…). Many of the actors talk to the audience and the MC makes them sing. And when the dancing mice leave the stage after the black light scene, we always hope that the giddy fairy godmother will get Cinderella’s Ballroom gown right… before it floats off the stage. So, will Cinders get to the ball in time? Can the Fairy Godmother turn a pumpkin into … something useful? Will Cinders good friend Buttons save the day? Enjoy an exciting show full of catchy songs, dancing mice, laugh-out-loud routines, lavish costumes and lots of audience participation, you won't want to miss zany British Panto adaptation of the age-old tale of Cinderella… the Panto! Performances are Friday, February 27, 8pm; Saturdays: January 31, February 7, 14, 21, & 28 at 2 PM; Sundays: February 8, 22 at 6 pm; Sunday, February 1, 15 at 2 PM.
You won't want to miss "Cinderella, the Panto!"
Tickets go on sale for Season Ticket Holders on January 6; For the General Public on January 13.
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