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Ivan Scott, Simon Kerrigan, Esther Biddle, Adam Baxter and Sarah Goddard in West Yorkshire Playhouse’s production of Cinderella, 2009

Cinderella (Kenny)

Mike Kenny, playwright


62 pgs. 1 female, 5 either
Originally produced by West Yorkshire Playhouse, UK in 2009
Run Time: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Audience Recommendation: All Ages


Cinderella has been sent to sleep in the kitchen by her mean step sisters Thisun and Thatun. But she’s found some lovely new friends down there, who think they can sort things out and make it all better – her new friends are Ears, Teeth, Claws, Tail and Whiskers and they are rats! Cinderella wants to go to the ball because she really wants to dance, her mum and dad taught her and she never gets the chance to practice. Thisun and Thatun have a different plan and they don’t want any competition in their plans to marry the Prince! Clever and fun, this play will spark young children’s imagination as this classic tale unfolds before their eyes.

“An inventive, folksy version of the classic fairytale” – What’s On Stage, UK

“There will surely be an award nomination for this production. It is an utter joy and the best yet from Gail McIntyre and Mike Kenny.” – The Stage, UK

Winner of the 2013 Dora Mavor Award for Outstanding Musical Theatre Production and 6 other awards by Young People’s Theatre

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