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Cinderella Opens at ProArts Playhouse

April 12, 2012
The Maui Weekly

ProArts Playhouse in Kihei presents "Cinderella," one of their island-famous fractured fairy tales, as the second show of their spring season, which will continue through June this year.

This new production of "Cinderella" is an original musical adaptation of the classic story featuring the best of Maui talent, including Casey Murphy as Cinderella; Mark Bolden as the nerdy Prince Rupert; Rose Roselinksy as The Baroness, Cinderella's arrogant stepmother; Dale Button and Kristi Scott as the devious stepsisters, Gauntine and Pudgina; Bill Schnitzer as the uptight King Reginald; Vinnie Linares as Percival, the patient page; and Sarah Loney as the confused but magical Fairy Godmother, ably assisted by Dylan Bode as her well-organized mouse secretary.

The show is produced, directed and written by Jonathan Lehman. Sarah Loney is responsible for the fairy tale costumes, with scenery created by Caro Walker and lighting provided by Bonnie Prucha.

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ProArts Playhouse production of the fractured fairytale, "Cinderella."

Keiki will be provided with magic wands to help bring the story to life. "Cinderella" is suitable for all audiences. The whole family--keiki, parents and grandparent--will enjoy this wacky version of the beloved tale.

After the performance, the audience is invited to meet the characters, one-on-one, with photo opportunities, completing this magical theatrical event.

"Cinderella" will runs until April 22, playing Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays at 4 p.m. and Sundays at 1 and 4 p.m.

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Cinderella (Casey Murphy) dreams of going to the ball and meeting the Prince in ProArts’ “Cinderella” opening on Friday, April 6, in Kihei.
Photo: ProArts

ProArts offers reserved seats at $15 and floor seating (for keiki) at $10.

The intimate ProArts Playhouse is located at the Azeka (makai) Shopping Center, 1280 S. Kihei Road in Kihei. The playhouse is air conditioned, with ample free parking and plenty of nearby restaurants.

An art gallery inside currently features the works of Marjorie Tyler and Ed Lane.

Call 463-6550 for tickets or more information.

 
 
 

 

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