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Cedar City Junior Ballet Presents Cinderella Parker Grimes Photo Randall L. Jones Theater February 19th & 20th • 2010 Souther n Utah Souther n Utah Alar m Alar m 435-867-6412 The name you can trust! 4 We provide professional, personal service and exceptional quality. 4 All of our products and services are guaranteed. We have over 45 years of combined experience with our staff. 4 Our unparalleled service, competitive prices, and overall value are why our loyal customers won't go anywhere else. 4 We look forward to serving you. Michael J Allen Founder / Co-Owner 435.592.5503 - Mobile Page 1 Dear Emile e, Good luck in your performanc Parker Grimes Photo e. We are so proud of yo u. You have worked har d. We love yo u!! Love, Mom and Dad es Photo Parker Grim Page 2 Photo Parker Grimes Photo Parker Grimes Page 3 Cinderella Photo Parker Grimes Staged by Christine Mills (after Ashton & Smuin) Costume Design - Lise Mills Costume Execution - Lise Mills, Laurie Jones, Summer Tremelling, Jessica Cowden Stage Manager - Karen Wagner Assistant Stage Manager - Jalaire Robinson Scenery & Props - LPB Enterprises The Story . . . ACT ONE: As the curtain opens, Cinderella’s two stepsisters are embroidering a silk scarf. They squabble over who will eventually wear it. A beggar woman appears in the kitchen and the Step- mother shoos her away. Cinderella tells the old woman that she has no money to give her, but gives her some bread, instead. The Beggar Woman leaves, as mysteriously as she arrived Unexpectedly, an invitation to the Prince’s ball arrives. He is seeking out all eligible women to be considered as his bride. The Stepsisters are in a dither because they have nothing to wear. Cinderella’s Stepmother orders the maids to quickly purchase new gowns for the sisters. Then the Dancing Master is called in for a last minute polish to the stepsisters’ technique. The Stepsisters leave for the ball, leaving Cinderella behind, only to dream of what it must be like to attend a royal ball. Her friends, the cat and some little mice all dance with her to try to get her spirits up. Then the old Beggar Woman appears again, and this time reveals her- self to be Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother. The Fairy Godmother calls on the Fairies of the Four Seasons to dance for Cinderella and bring her gifts; The Fairy of Spring gives Cinderella crystal dancing slippers; The Fairy of Summer gives her a golden cloak; The Fairy of Autumn brings a pumpkin, around which the Fairy God- mother weaves a magic spell to change it to a carriage, and The Fairy of Winter offers Cinder- ella a beautiful crown. The Fairy Godmother summons the little Sprites and Butterflies to remind Cinderella that she must be home by midnight, or face the consequences. The Fairies of the Four Seasons and Magickal Spirits dance a waltz, and send Cinderella on her way to the ball. Page 4 ACT TWO: The Royal Court awaits the arrival of the Prince, whom it is said will make his choice for a bride this evening. When the Prince arrives, he is bored with the girls he finds, especially the Stepsisters whom he finds particularly appalling. Oranges, priceless treasures, are given to the two sisters. Then there is a hush, and the Fairies and their cortege of Elementals enter the ballroom, hailing Cinderella’s arrival. The Prince falls immediately in love with her, but before he can discover her name, the clock strikes twelve and the beautiful girl dashes up the staircase, leaving one of her dainty, crystal slippers behind. ACT THREE: Cinderella wakes up the morning after the ball and relives each wonderful mo- ment with the prince. After her stepsisters go through their usual morning routine of making her life miserable, the Prince and his entourage suddenly arrive at the house, having been going door to door, trying to find the girl who’s foot fits the crystal slipper. He finds Cinderella, and all the Fairies and magickal creatures rejoice. And, of course, they live happily ever after. . . CINDERELLA Stephanie Terry Richards Photo Parker Grimes Stephanie began her training in classical ballet at Ballet Arts of Southern Utah under the direction of Gretchen Rowe, at the age of 7. Stephanie is currently in her Se- nior year at Southern Utah University, working towards finishing her degree in Dance Performance. Upon gradu- ating from SUU, she hopes to continue dancing and one day make it to the professional world. She would like to Photo Parker Grimes thank her family and husband for all the support they have given her, as well as a special thank you to the Cedar City Junior Ballet, for giving her this great opportunity to be apart of this performance. GUEST ARTIST - STERLING YOUNG Born in Sacramento California and raised in Seattle, Montreal and New Hampshire, Sterling started dancing at his Mom’s stu- dio when he was two years old. When he was 19 he went to study with Ballet New England with David Drummond from Bos- ton Ballet, and Angela Carter. Sterling is currently a scholarship student at the University of Utah ballet department, where he studies with many ballet teachers; teachers from Ballet West, Russia and the New York City Ballet. He has recently been invited to become a member of the Utah Ballet Company. Ster- ling has danced in twenty various productions in the last five years, and last year he danced the major role of Franz in CCJB’s Photo L.Probst Coppelia. His future goals include: choreographing, teaching, Shown partnering Elisha Church writing articles or even a book regarding ballet. He wants to “travel the world, form ballet acad- emy, end hunger, relieve human & animal suffering, conserve/replant forests and discover meaning of life - that’s all . . .” Page 5 THE CAST - ACT ONE: Cinderella - Stephanie Terry Richards Two Stepsisters: Lise Mills, Christine Mills Mother: Sheral Fish Cat: Sara Fish Dancing Master: Eric Waits Violinists: Laurie Jones, Tammy Paul Maids: Madeline Bertoch, Elisha Church Cupboard Mice: Addie Achord, Emilee Adams, Madisyn Glen, Madeline Wood Fairy Godmother: Lynnette A. Probst Fairy of Spring: Jennie Grimes Butterflies: Sarah Sun, Raquel Wilson Fairy of Summer: Andrea Curtis Flowers: Michaela Hardin, Madeline Bertoch Photo Parker Grimes Fairy of Autumn: Elisha Church Autumn Leaves: Heather Murie, Katie Tremelling, Summer Tremelling Fairy of Winter: Carlie Anderson Snowflakes: Sara Fish, Anastassia Gliadkovskaya Clock Sprites: Addie Achord, Emilee Adams, Kelly DeGraaf, Sam Fish, Madisyn Glen, Madi- son May Palfreyman, Emmie Tremelling, Harley Tremelling, Madeline Wood Magick Elementals: Karen Johnson, Amanda Jones, Laurie Jones, Ashley Ricks, Tammy Paul, Anna Sun, Anastassia Gliadkovskaya (in Act 2) ACT TWO: Ladies in Waiting - Madeline Bertoch, Heather Murie, Anna Sun, Summer Tremelling Courtiers: Charles Fish, Joel Landon Jester: Kay Andersen Prince: Sterling Young ACT THREE: Entire Cast Photo Parker Grimes Page 6 Photo Parker Grimes Page 7 A Chronology of Cinderella Ballets • 1813 Theater am Kärntnertor, Vienna. Choreography Louis Antoine Duport. • December 14, 187l Bolshoi Ballet at the Bolshoi Theater, Moscow. Choreography Wenzel Reisinger, music Wilhelm Carl Muldorfer. • December, 1893 Maryinsky Theater St Petersburg, Choreography Petipa, Cecchetti and Ivanov, music Baron Schell. • September 25, 1910 Royal Danish Ballet. Choreography, E. Walbom, music Otto Malling. • July 19, 1938 Ballet Russes Colonel de Basil, Covent Garden, London. Choreogra- phy Mikhail Fokine, music Frederic baron d’Erlanger. • April 8, 1946 Kirov Theater Leningrad. Choreography Konstantin Sergeyev, music Sergei Prokofiev. • December 23, 1948 Sadler’s Wells Company, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. Choreography Ashton, music Prokofiev. • April l, 1970 Ballet West, SLC, UT. Choreography, Farr Christensen, music Prokofiev. • 1979 Scottish Ballet. Choreography Peter Darrell, music Rossini. • October 25, 1986 Paris Opera Ballet. Choreography Rudolph Nureyev, music Prokofiev. • April, 1999 Ballets de Monte Carlo. Choreography, Maillot, music Prokofiev. • January 30th, 2004 Cedar City Junior Ballet, Choreography, C. Mills, music Prokofiev. Page 8 Cinderella DVD’s $20 Make check payable to: Cedar City Junior Ballet Mail to: Chris Mills, 1170 N 6625 W • Cedar City, UT 84721 Name:_______________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________ City:______________________________Zip_______________ Phone: _______________________Email__________________ Quantity ___________ SubTotal @ $20 ___________ S/H $5.00 first DVD, add ___________ $2.00 for each additional DVD Additional donation to Cedar City Junior Ballet? ___________ Total Payment (do not send cash) ___________ Parker Grimes Photo Page 9 Bikers Against Madeline, Child Abuse To Our Color Country Chapter “Iron and Beaver counties” Beautiful www.bacausa.com Girl! No child deserves to Love, live in fear Mom & Bucket HOTLINE 435.559.4505 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Nancy A. Eaton, CCA, CIT, CDS Executive Director ID#847669 702.355.2644 or 435.867.1657 email@example.com • www.TomboyTools.info/Nancy Page 13 Page 14 Cedar City Junior Ballet Training Program Cedar City Junior Ballet offers classes in a complete, graded bal- let system, based on the classical ballet syllabus developed by the IMPERIAL SOCIETY OF TEACHERS OF DANCING. Parker Grimes Photo This successful system, guides the student through careful pro- gressions of learning and technical development, musicality and self- expression, from the pre-ballet youngster to the professional dancer. Yearly performances are offered as an optional completion process in the whole of the theatrical experience. Parker Grimes Photo For more information, call (435) 531-6876. Thank you for your patronage, Christine Mills