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Cinderella Atlanta Tickets
Cinderella Atlanta Tickets
Cinderella brings to life the classic fairy tale that still resonates with audiences today. Forced into a life of servitude by her imperious and uncaring stepmother, a young woman named Ella is given the opportunity to live out her dreams for a single night. This modern take on the classic fairy tale combines an all-new book from Douglas Carter Beane with the timeless music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Audiences can now catch a live performance of Cinderella in the Atlanta area.
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In the 1950s, Rodgers and Hammerstein were approached by CBS to write and compose a television adaptation of Cinderella as a musical. Starring Julie Andrews and Jon Cypher, the show aired on March 31, 1957, to an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Julie Andrews and Richard Rogers both received Emmy Award nominations for their work on the show. Due to its immense popularity, Cinderella would be turned into a stage production, a 1965 remake starring Lesley Ann Warren and a 1997 remake starring Whitney Houston and Brandy. In 2011, it was announced that Tony-nominated playwright Douglas Carter Beane, who had previously worked on Xanadu, Sister Act and The Little Dog Laughed, would craft a new book based on the original Rodgers and Hammerstein score. The new version of Cinderella premiered at the Broadway Theatre on March 3, 2013, with a cast of Laura Osnes, Santino Fontana, Victoria Clark and Harriet Harris. After a successful run of 769 performances, it closed two years later on Jan. 3. The Broadway production received nine nominations from the 2013 Tony Awards, though it only won for Best Costume Design of a Musical. It received another eight nominations from the Outer Critics Circle Award (including a single win) and five nominations from the Drama Desk Awards (which led to three wins).
Where can I buy Cinderella Atlanta tickets?
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Where is Cinderella being staged?
There are currently no plans for future performances of the musical. Cinderella last appeared at the Fox Theatre April 5–7, 2019, as part of the Broadway in Atlanta series, which is committed to bringing Broadway entertainment to the city. Look at StubHub for potential updates to the Cinderella Atlanta schedule.
What are the musical numbers for Cinderella?
Cinderella features a classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical score. Some of the songs include "Me, Who Am I?," "In My Own Little Corner," "The Prince Is Giving a Ball/Now Is the Time," "Transformations," "It’s Possible," "Cinderella Waltz," "Stepsister’s Lament," "The Pursuit," "A Lovely Night," "When You’re Driving Through the Moonlight," "Loneliness of Evening," "There’s Music in You," "Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?," "The Shoe Fits" and more. The score differs slightly from the original television special. It incorporates cut songs from both South Pacific and Oklahoma!
What can I expect from a performance of Cinderella?
Though Cinderella features an all-new script, the playwright Douglas Carter Beane adhered closely to the plot of the original. However, he did deepen and expand some parts of the story. One of the new storylines involves the prince slowly realizing the depth of the political oppression in his own kingdom. The live show also features lavish sets, beautiful costumes and the classic music of Rogers and Hammerstein. Audiences can look forward to a family-friendly evening. The show is recommended for children at least 6 years old.
How long is the running time?
Cinderella lasts for approximately two hours and 10 minutes with a single intermission.
Which musicals are similar to Cinderella?
If you enjoyed a performance of Cinderella, then you might want to check out another classic fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast, of if you’re in the mood for Rodgers and Hammerstein, you may want to watch The Sound of Music.Back to Top