A twist in the classic story of Cinderella
Age suitability: 8+
Running time: 55 minutes
That’s what the papers called them.
And it stuck!
How did that happen?
How did they end up as a bit part in somebody else’s story?
Well now they’re back.
To set the record straight
Pam and Penny were the princesses of ballroom dancing. Waltz, foxtrot, quick step and jive. They could do them all. Nothing stood in their way. Surely they would win the ballroom championships…
..but they didn’t.
At the championships it was their sister – their younger sister, their step sister, the girl called Cinderella – who danced her way to glory. From that day she was known as Cinderella, Queen of the Ballroom. And from that day Pam and Penny were known forever as Cinderella’s Sisters.
Produced by Catherine Wheels (Martha, Lifeboat, Cyrano) and written by the multi-award winning playwright, Mike Kenny, Cinderella’s Sisters is a story of ambition, broken dreams, sibling rivalry…and ballroom.
Cinderella’s Sisters is recommended for everyone aged 8 and up.
Director: Gill Robertson
Writer: Mike Kenny
Designer: Karen Tennent
Composer: Dave Trouton
Choreographer: Chris Devaney
Lighting Designer: Paul Sorley
Costume Designer: Alison Brown
Assistant Director: Heather Fulton
Number of performances to date: 34
4th May 2005 - 25th June 2005