Kyabram Free Press

Cinder’s dreams rise from ashes

- By Myles Peterson

The cast and crew of Cinderella have all their fingers and toes crossed that Friday and Saturday’s performanc­es will not be derailed again by COVID-19 lockdowns.

Kyabram Theatre

Susan Meeking said nervous wait.

“The dedicated Cinderella cast and crew have ridden the roller coaster of date alteration­s and adaptions to bring Kyabram some light adult — G rated — pantomime performanc­e this coming weekend,” she said.

“There is no doubt this bunch of fun-loving people deserve to see their project come to life since this is the fourth ‘pivot’ for the team.”

The “relaxed” performanc­es begin at 7pm at the Kyabram P-12 College hall on Fisher St.

Tickets can be purchased from Fab Flowers on Allen St, trybooking.com/brzia or on the night. group’s it was a

The cast and crew of Cinderella have a nervous wait to see if it's fifth time lucky and the show goes on. Below left, ‘ugly stepsister­s’ Lib Tenace and Jodee Shead. Below right, farmhands Ashlee Shead, Tilly, Belinda Goff and Claire Bourke.

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