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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Press Release - Cinderella's Christmas


What happens when you cross the most wonderful time of the year with the most wonderful fairytale of all time? You have the Kaleidoscope Theatre’s musical production, Cinderella’s Christmas, which will be performed on Sunday, December 13th, 2009 at Roberts Hall Auditorium, Rhode Island College. Showtime is 2:00 pm and admission is $10.00/person in advance and $12.00/person the day of the performance. This musical adaptation of the famous fairytale is loaded with beautiful songs, gorgeous costumes, exciting magic, lots of audience participation, and a Christmas twist that makes this production tons of fun for everyone! For tickets and further information, please contact the Rhode Island College Box Office at (401) 456-8144. For more information about Kaleidoscope Theatre, please call our office at (401) 942-3637 or check out our website at!

Kaleidoscope Theatre's Cinderella's Christmas is an original musical written by David G. Payton of Cranston, RI, the Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Theatre. Cast members are Cinderella (Jillian Rivers-Keegan of Pascoag, RI); Prince Charming (Brendan Macera of Cranston, RI); the Stepmother (Debbie Gower of Cumberland, RI); the two stepsisters Disgustia (Meredyth Waterman of Cranston, RI) and Putricia (Jamie Dellorco of Franklin, MA); the Fairy Godmother (Marianne Douglas of Barrington, RI); the King (Christopher Schultz of South Yarmouth, MA); the Minister (Mike Daniels of North Providence, RI); and the mice: Willy (Donnie-Ray Brearton of Warwick, RI), Wendy (Olivia O’Connor of East Greenwich, RI) and Millie (Eloise Yagnesak of Franklin, MA).

Director is David Payton of Cranston, RI; Choreographers are Kim Frenze of Providence, RI and Tommy Iafrate of Cranston, RI; Costume Design by Marcia Zammarelli of Cranston, RI; Set Design by Robert Zannini of Cranston, RI; Stage Manager is Nicole Frechette of Lincoln, RI; Assistant Stage Manager is Megan Gonsalves of Smithfield, RI; and Sound Engineer is Adam Ramsey of Cranston, RI.

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