The Countdown to Cinderella: A Rock Opera Ballet

Only 23 days left until the curtain raises on the very first performance (and last show of the Daring Season,) Cinderella: A Rock Opera Ballet Set in 1964!  The dancers and choreographers have been hard at work, making sure this will be a performance not to be forgotten.  And as the clock winds down to opening night, we thought it’d be fun to share with you some of the dancer’s top five reasons to see this one-of-a-kind production.  This week Cinderella herself, Alanna Fisher, has shared her top five reasons why you need to see this show!  But first, let’s get to know a little bit about Alanna…

Alanna, who is from Willow Creek, California, graduated from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City with a BFA in ballet in 2011.  She participated in the University’s Character Dance Ensemble for three years and travelled to Costa Rica and Greece, as well as to Germany to train and learn choreography at the Berlin State Ballet School.  Her favorite TV show is Friends and she loves Harry Potter.  And now, here are her top five reasons to come out and see Cinderella in May:

5) The band will be onstage with the dancers and they’re dressing in 60s theme too.  Plus, they sound awesome!
4) Our Prince Charming is from Dance Theatre of Harlem.
3) You can sing along, we all have been.  We promise not to actually be singing during the show though, or we will at least be quiet while doing so. 🙂
2) We have a show on Mother’s Day…hint hint!!!
1) It’s going to be amazing!!!
Thanks so much, Alanna!
Check out our website for ticketing information, they’re going FAST!  And stay tuned next week, we’ll have more top five’s!
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