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10 Tony Nominations!
"Variety", April 3rd 1957:
"Rodgers & Hammerstein’s plan to have a Broadway stage version of Cinderella ready for Broadway probably in the spring of 1958."
55 years later, on January 25th 2013 the $13 million stage version of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA opened on Broadway for the first time ever.
A delightfully romantic and hilarious take on the ultimate makeover story features all the classic elements you remember - the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball plus some surprising new twists ( new subplots - a young Prince trying to find himself, a revolution brewing in the kingdom, a stepsister’s romance, and more)
The musical features fantastic performances and plenty of laughs for both adults and children. Audiences can expect to see a flying fairy godmother, instantaneous costume changes and beloved favorite songs including “A Lovely Night,” “In My Own Little Corner, “Ten Minutes Ago” “Impossible” and “Stepsister’s Lament.”
It is a great early Broadway outing for young theatergoers: there is magic for the kinds and humor for the adults.
Parents should take note that the show runs just over two and a half hours.Cheap tickets here
On March 31st 1957
The original Television Musical airs on CBS starring Julie Andrews as Cinderella.
It is seen by over 100 million viewers.
Nominated for 2 Emmy® Awards: Julie Andrews for "Best Actress" and Richard Rodgers for "Best Musical Contribution for Television".
On February 22nd 1965
The first Television Remake airs on CBS. Cinderella played by Lesley Ann Warren.
Seen by over 22 million viewers.
On November 2nd 1997
The second Television Remake airs on ABC starring Brandy as Cinderella, Whitney Houston is the Fairy Godmother, Bernadette Peters as the Stepmother, Whoopi Goldberg is the Queen and Jason Alexander as Lionel.
It is seen by over 60 million viewers.
Winner of Emmy Awards for "Outstanding Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program"
On January 25th 2013
The stage version of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA debuts on Broadway for the first time ever, featuring a new book by Douglas Carter Beane. Laura Osnes plays CINDERELLA (Ella) and Santino Fontana as The PRINCE (Topher).
Costs $ 13 million.
10 Tony Nominations
A very interesting talk with: Douglas Carter Beane, who had re-thought and adapted this all-time favorite story to 2013; Robyn Goodman - the producer about the biggest show she has ever done; Gloria Clark who plays the Fairy Godmother (Marie) and Ann Harada who plays one of the step-sisters (Charlotte).Get discounted tickets