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Cinderella: The First 30,000 Years

7:30pm; Thurs - Sat, 2pm Sun
1925 E. Kenilworth Place, Milwaukee, WI, 53202


Cinderella: The First 30,000 Years

April 25 - 27 and May 1- 4

7:30pm; Thurs - Sat, 2pm Sun

Kenilworth Studio 508


A devised work written by  

Robin Mello and cast

Director: Robin Mello.


Her story has been told since Paleolithic times. Writers love her, too. Starting with Strabo (2,800 years ago) and Hazar Afsan (1st Century CE) to Perrault (1600s) and Disney, her classic saga continues. Our Cinderella asks you to decide an essential question: Is she a heroine or a passive victim? We explore 'her' story, following it through time and across cultures in this original dynamic production that uses improvisation and creative story-theatre to explore a world-wide archetype. // Audience advisory: PG-13


Tickets: $10 general admission, $8 UWM faculty, staff and seniors, $5 students (presale) or $8 (night of show), and FREE for majors. 

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