Curtains Up Pagosa to present ‘Cinderella’ this weekend

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Cinderella is in town and ready to make her grand entrance this weekend at Pagosa Springs High School as part of Curtains Up Pagosa’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.”

Curtains Up Pagosa

Cinderella is in town and ready to make her grand entrance at Pagosa Springs High School. She has been patiently waiting to make her appearance. If you’d like to come spend a magical evening with Cinderella, her fairy godmother and her other friends, please purchase your tickets at: https://our.show/curtains-up-pagosa/cinder.

Tickets are $10 for students (grade 12 and under), $20 for adults and $30 for select reserved seating. We are limiting the seating to 300 seats per show to help encourage safety and social distancing while we still navigate through the world of COVID. We encourage purchasing tickets in advance for this reason. Shows will be Nov. 19 at 7 p.m, Nov. 20 at 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. 

Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is very excited to share this production with our community. The show is directed by Dale Scrivener (his debut as artistic director of CUP), choreographed by Hayley Hudson, stage managed by Krisha Doocy-Fuchs, lighting is directed by Aaron Bishop and sound engineered by Michael Fuchs. This core production team is beyond great fun to work together to help create a new experience for all. The orchestra will be accompanied and conducted by Jerry Steichen. Steichen is currently the interim musician over at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church and has made his way around the professional theater and opera circuit.

Please come out this weekend and share a magical afternoon or evening with the cast and crew of the CUP production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.” With the new and updated book and orchestration by Douglas Carter Beane, it is sure to be an evening of wonder, splendor and the promise of possibility.