BRING YOUR CHILDREN! I don’t mean to shout, but I wanted to highlight this point. Raleigh Little Theatre’s Cinderella musical is not the Disney version nor the Rodgers and Hammerstein version. It is in the style of British Panto or Pantomime, a style of interactive theater typically using a familiar fairy tale and generally performed… Continue reading Raleigh Little Theatre’s 37th Annual Presentation of Cinderella Is a Joy! BRING YOUR CHILDREN!
It’s December in Raleigh, and that means Cinderella is back at Raleigh Little Theatre for its 36th year. This year’s production is a fitting one to end the decade, packed with more verve and energy than a triple espresso, with extra foam of fun on top. RLT‘s 2019 edition of Cinderella, which will run Thursday-Sunday… Continue reading Raleigh Little Theatre’s Cinderella Has More Verve and Energy Than a Triple Espresso!
Raleigh Little Theatre’s Nov. 30th opening-night performance of Cinderella enchanted RLT patrons of all ages with its festive, hilarious, cleverly modern, and altogether magical rendition of the classic fairy tale. This RLT holiday tradition for 35 years once again delighted families as it kicked off the Christmas season to a packed house, this time under… Continue reading Festive, Hilarious, Modern, and Altogether Magical, RLT’s Cinderella Is a Delight
As a transplant to the Triangle area, all I knew about Raleigh Little Theatre’s 34th annual production of Cinderella is that it is a must-see Triangle Christmas tradition. I first caught the show last year; and since then, I have learned much about the show’s rich, decades-long history, and about RLT‘s wonderful theater community in… Continue reading Raleigh Little Theatre’s Cinderella Is a Must-See Triangle Christmas Tradition
Raleigh Little Theatre will present its gala 29th annual production of “Cinderella” on Dec. 6-9 and 13-16 in its Cantey V. Sutton Theatre. Director Haskell Fitz-Simons has directed all 29 RLT productions of Cinderella, which RLT first performed on Dec. 13, 1984. “Cinderella” features music by Jim Eiler and Jeanne Bargy and a book and lyrics by Eiler, based on the familiar French fairy tale by Charles Perrault (1628-1703).