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Youth theater production of 'Cinderella' opens at The Norvell

Evil stepsisters, a handsome prince, a fairy godmother: the elements of a classic fairy tale.
Piedmont Players Theatre’s current production of “Cinderella” follows the well-loved storyline but adds a lot of humor: the two horrid stepsisters are named Asphyxia and Euthanasia.
The show opens tonight and performances continue through May 20.
PPT veteran Kathleen Bourque is Cinders; Michael Jones is Dandini, Jonathan Matthews is Buttons, Adam Silverstrim is Baron Hardupp; Traci Leak is Baroness Hardupp; Morgan Fuller is Asphyxia, Summer Hall is Euthanasia; Jon Mitchell is Ammer; Daniel Garvey is Tongs. Austin Young is the prince; Tori Isenhour is the Fairy Godmother; Brian Engwall is Major Domo.
Playing the townspeople are Macy Abramson, Lauryn Alexander, Madelyn Cooper, Chloe Corley, Maggie Dees, Addisyn Fox, Maggie Engwall, Olivia Gregory, Richard Hanson, Garrett Jennings, Andrew Prater, Jason Matthews, Jayln McCombs, E.J. McGorda, Lee Patterson, George Rankin, Sara Beth Richard, Carson Sifford, Victoria Stevenson, Zachary Stevenson and Saybrin Thomas.
“Cinderella” will be performed at The Norvell Theaterat 7:30 p.m. May 10-12 and May 18-19 and at 2:30 p.m. May 13 and May 20.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.
For tickets, call 704-633-5471 or visit the box office in person.

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