A fairytale wedding of the fake Cinderella and Prince Charming comes to a screeching halt when O'Reilly, a fairy tale fixer, breaks it up to reveal the true, untold story. In zany, fast-paced action, the fake couple is replaced by a Cinderella that's conveniently been sitting in the audience in costume, and an unprince-like character named Chip. The real Cinderella and newly-christened Prince Chip meet at the ball and fall in "like" instantly. However, to save the ending and become Prince Chip's true love, Cinderella must battle other classic princesses, such as Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and even the Little Mermaid.
There will be an American Sign Language interpreter will be available for the April 8 performance.
Tickets are $10.
(From left) Yadi Spencer, who takes on the roles of Mouse No. 1 and Fake Prince Charming; Shania Monique Santiago, who portrays Rat and Fake Cinderella; and Rebecca McDonald, who portrays Mouse No. 2 and Fake Fairy Godmother.
LEFT: Katie Chesebro (standing, left) as Stepsister Nella, Liza Chesebro as Stepsister Della and Desiree Lara-Balicki (seated) as Stepmother. RIGHT: Cassidy Diamond as Ella and Cinderella.