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A new generation will learn about the power of the glass slipper with the return of Cinderella
to Broadway in 2013. Anyone familiar with the maid-transforms-into-princess story will be delighted to experience the classic elements of the fairytale, from the evil stepsisters to the fairy godmother, and excited to hear that the story has been reinterpreted to include elements that bring Cinderella straight into the modern age. Get tickets now to Cinderella, the classic American tale of love, loss, family and romance.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein version of Cinderella
debuted on television in 1957 and starred Julie Andrews. The current staging includes additional Rogers & Hammerstein music that has never been used in a production.
Two hours and 20 minutes (one intermission)
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