Stage One Theatre Group’s production of “Cinderella” in Paphos adds a unique twist to the classic tale, as the prince trades places with his page boy in search of genuine love. Don’t miss this enchanting pantomime filled with humor and whimsy, playing at the Emba Theatre from December 4th to December 9th.
What unique twist does the Stage One Theatre Group’s production of “Cinderella” in Paphos have?
The Stage One Theatre Group’s “Cinderella” in Paphos features a unique subplot where the prince, seeking genuine love, trades places with his page boy. This clever twist adds depth to the classic tale, distinguishing the production with a test of authenticity amidst the enchanting pantomime humor and whimsy.
A Fairytale Reimagined
It’s the season of magic and theatrical extravaganza as the curtains rise for the pantomime season in Paphos. Get ready for Stage One Theatre Group’s enchanting rendition of Norman Robbins’ “Cinderella,” a production that promises to captivate audiences with its unique blend of humor and heart. From December 4th to December 9th, the Emba Theatre will become a haven for those seeking a sprinkle of fairy dust and a good chuckle, all presented in the universally understood language of English.
The Classic Story With a Twist
The story of Cinderella is etched in our hearts: a young woman, treated poorly by her cruel step-sisters, dreams of a life where kindness reigns. Robbins’ iteration stays true to the core narrative – Cinderella, amidst the drudgery of her daily life, yearns for a change. The arrival of a royal invitation sets the stage for this timeless tale. While her step-sisters hasten to prepare for the grand ball, dismissing her desires, fate has other plans in store for our downtrodden heroine.
A Prince in Disguise
What sets this pantomime apart is a clever subplot entwining the fabled romance. The prince, wary of being loved for his riches alone, swaps places with his page boy. It’s a test of character that will determine who truly cherishes him for his authentic self. As the enchanting evening unfolds, expect the unexpected – with all the whimsical elements of pumpkin carriages and the transformative magic we cherish, peppered with pantomime’s signature comedic flair.
A Theatrical Legacy
Norman Robbins, a stalwart of Amateur Theatre and a lover of the craft since his youth, penned this charming adaptation nearly six decades ago. His works are celebrated for their wit and accessibility, resonating with audiences across generations. Directed by the seasoned Peter Sandwith, this special retelling of Cinderella promises to be as spellbinding as the glass slippers themselves.
Immerse Yourself in the Magic
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this theatrical delight. Performances begin at 7.30 pm nightly at Emba Theatre, with a special early showing at 6.30 pm on December 8th. Tickets are priced at €15, offering an affordable escape into the world of fantasy and laughter. For further inquiries or to secure your seat at this must-see event, the box office can be reached at the provided contact details.
Embark on a journey to a place where dreams prevail and laughter fills the air. Join us for a splendid evening where the timeless tale of Cinderella comes alive on stage, a memory to cherish long after the final bow.
- The Stage One Theatre Group’s production of “Cinderella” in Paphos features a unique twist where the prince trades places with his page boy in search of genuine love.
- The pantomime season in Paphos is bringing enchantment and humor to the Emba Theatre from December 4th to December 9th.
- The story of Cinderella remains true to the core narrative, with Cinderella yearning for a change in her life amidst the cruelty of her step-sisters.
- The pantomime adds a clever subplot where the prince swaps places with his page boy to test who truly cherishes him for his authentic self.
- Norman Robbins, a stalwart of Amateur Theatre, wrote this charming adaptation of Cinderella nearly six decades ago, and it promises to be as spellbinding as the glass slippers themselves.