Theatre Artists Studio presents original musical, ‘Cinderella’

Theatre Artists Studio in Scottsdale kicks off this week an original musical production of “Cinderella.”

Theatre Artists Studio

With music, lyrics, and book by Ezra Weiss, “Cinderella” offers a fresh new take on the fairytale favorite, and the delightful new musical is sure to offer a rollicking good time for the whole family.

The King and Queen are ready for their son, Prince Bobby, to get serious, fulfill his duties as a prince, and find a wife. But, the prince has other plans. He wants to dance on stage in a big show with music, lights, and costumes.

Meanwhile, Cinderella spends her days serving the whims and wants of her stepmother and stepsisters all the while dreaming of being a dancer … a tap dancer.

Join the tap-dancing Cinderella and her prince, their Dance Instructor/Fairy Godmother, Madam Tatyana, the suave and debonair Armando and the rest of the cast for a fast-paced and funny musical romp.

Directed and choreographed by Studio member Hilary Hirsch with music direction by Molly Robinson, “Cinderella” features members Marcia Weinberg and Alexandra Utpadel with guest artists Tony Hodges, Cynthia Elek, Kathleen Berger, Devaune Bohall, Eric Bond, Stefan Linder, Alexxis Briviesca, Corinne Tachuk, Peyton Geery, and Devyn Garret.

Theatre Artists Studio presents “Cinderella” Nov. 27 – Dec. 13 at The Studio, 4848 E. Cactus Road, No. 406, in Scottsdale. Show times are Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $20 for general admission, $10 for students 25 and under and $15 for groups of 10 or more, seniors 65 and over and members of the military.

For tickets, call the box office at 602-765-0120 or visit: www.thestudiophx.org.

 

 

 

 

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