Ben Stevenson's

Cinderella

A little magic goes a long way in this delightful fairytale

Set to Sergei Prokofiev’s passionate and expansive score, Ben Stevenson’s version of Cinderella has captivated audiences with its emotionally compelling portrayal of this cherished ballet.

Follow our heroine as she falls in love with a handsome prince, overcomes the influences of her wicked stepfamily, and makes her own dreams come true. Lose yourself in an enchanting story that blends humor, heart, and hope—one where wishes come true, courage triumphs over cruelty, and a lost slipper leads to a happily ever after.

Performances By Date

Oct 13-23, 2022

Thursday,
Oct 13
7:30pm
Friday,
Oct 14
7:30pm
Saturday,
Oct 15
2:00pm
Saturday,
Oct 15
7:30pm
Sunday,
Oct 16
2:00pm
Thursday,
Oct 20
7:30pm
Friday,
Oct 21
7:30pm
Saturday,
Oct 22
2:00pm
Saturday,
Oct 22
7:30pm
Sunday,
Oct 23
2:00pm
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Choreographer

Ben Stevenson

Ben Stevenson, a native of Portsmouth, England, received his dance training at the Arts and Educational School in London. He appeared with the Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet and English National Ballet where, as a principal dancer, he performed lead roles in all the classics.


Composer

Sergei Prokofiev Sergei Prokofiev

Sergei Prokofiev

Sergey Profokiev was born in 1891 in Russia to a family of agriculturalists. His mother, who played the piano, was his first musical mentor. She supported his interest in music, often arranging trips to see the opera in Moscow. Renowned Moscow composer and teacher Sergey Tanevev recommended him for the St. Petersburg Conservatory. From 1904-1914 Profokiev studied at the conservatory, gaining a firm academic foundation in music composition and theory which he then used to create brilliant musical innovations. Upon graduating, the school awarded him the Anton Rubenstein Prize for an excellent performance of his first large-scale piece, Piano Concerto No.1 in D-Flat Major. His passion for experimentation was favored at the time by progressive circles encouraging musical revitalization.

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