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‘Cinderella’ seeks a prince at South Summit High

South Summit High School is proud to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s, "Cinderella," from Tuesday, April 30, to Friday, May 3, and chaos has ensued at South Summit High School located in the beautiful Kamas Valley.

Young girls are lining up with the hopes that a glass slipper, discovered lying on the stairs after the Royal Ball, will fit their foot. If the slipper fits they get to marry the Prince and live Happily Ever After (or at least till closing night).

The production stars Hannah Morrison as Cinderella, Jacob Baldwin as Prince Christopher, Mindy Lyn Wharton as the Fairy Godmother, Alyssa Tia Hanson as the Stepmother, Grace Schulz as Joy, Courtney Hawkins as Grace, Jonathan Whitmore as Lionel, and James Thompson and Kendyl Pollard as King Maximillian and Queen Constantina.

The supporting cast includes Rachel Marchant, Jennifer Bodily, Mason Sheeran, Rachel Gerlach, Sarah Black, Clarissa Johnson, Brandi Dixon, Caleb Deane, Cody Prows, Jon Padie, Hunter, Ali Maxfield, Bailey Woodcock, Mary Jane Moody, Skyler Niesporek, Grace Leavitt, Jaycee Marchant and Desiree Ewell as Villagers, Merchants, and members of the Royal Court.

The students from South Summit High, South Summit Middle, and South Summit Elementary schools have worked hard and had fun as they prepared for four nights full of silly antics, forgiveness, first love, glass slippers, dancing, singing, and magic.

"Cinderella" runs from Tuesday, April 30, through Friday, May 3, at South Summit High School, 45 South 300 East Kamas. Performances begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $9 for adults and $7 for students and senior citizens. Family passes are available for $40 and will cover two adults and four children). Special rates are available for groups of 15 or more.

For more information please contact South Summit High School (435) 783-4313 .

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