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Rodgers And Hammerstein’s Cinderella At Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre

Photo credit: 5thavenue.org

Begin the holiday season in royal style and take the whole family to the 5th Avenue Theatre to see Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic fairy tale “Cinderella.” The show directed by Brandon Ivie features a cast of Seattle’s own theatre royalty–Jennifer Paz as Cinderella, Brandon O’Neill as Prince Christopher and Suzanne Bouchard as Cinderella’s Stepmother, to name just a few– and promises to be an event not to miss. With elegant costumes, stunning sets and all the romance and magic this beloved story is known for, you definitely won’t want to be late for this very important date!

And in the true spirit of giving, the 5th Avenue is partnering with Treehouse, a King County non-profit which benefits foster children, for the Cinderella Shoe Drive. Through December 31, patrons can bring a new pair of shoes or boots (infant through teen sizes) to the 5th Avenue Box Office or drop them off in the lobby during a performance of “Cinderella” and receive a 25% discount on the price of a ticket for productions such as “Rent”, “Damn Yankees”, “Titanic: The Concert”, or “Oklahoma!”

WHEN: November 25-December 31

5th Avenue Theatre
1308 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Ph. 206-625-1900

TICKETS: Tickets start at $29.00 and can be purchased at the 5th Avenue Box Office (1308 5th Avenue), visiting the theatre website, or by phone at 206-625-1900.




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