Kyabram Free Press
Cinder’s dreams rise from ashes
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.
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.