CINDERELLAS makes an effort to find the answers of: Is MORAL the same as GOOD? Dance, movement, text and physical theatre come together to achieve a very compelling and smart show. The play will leave you more humane and less judgmental. Your senses and your brain will be entertained!
Carol, Nina, Sonia and Dreams are women from different walks of life by day and strippers by night. They’ve found a delicate balance in their double lives but struggle to preserve their virtues and beliefs, when their desire to do good is rejected by the hypocritical society.
**NOTE: Group rates for ticket sales are available by phone ONLY. Box office hours are 2-6 PM, Tuesday to Saturday**
HORAIRE / SCHEDULE
- Wednesday 6 February 2013 / 19:00
- Thursday 7 February 2013 / 19:00
- Friday 8 February 2013 / 19:00
- Saturday 9 February 2013 / 18:00
- Saturday 9 February 2013 / 21:00
Pour âges / For ages 14+
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers
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