Lansing well represented in Cinderella at South Suburban College

January 11, 18, and 14–17

information provided by South Suburban College

SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. (January 7, 2020) – This year’s offering from the Children’s Theatre Company of South Suburban College will be Michele L. Vacca’s Cinderella. Performances are scheduled for January 11 and 18, 2020, at 11:00am and 2:00pm, and January 14–17, 2020, at 9:45 and 11:30am each day. Reservations are required for weekday performances.

This delightful, fast moving, and humorous play is directed by Ellie Shunko, manager of the Kindig Performing Arts Center and Lansing resident. “This Cinderella story is not the Disney version or a musical,” says Shunko. “The story contains a lot of humor. The Fairy Godmother has a sidekick and is quite the wisecracker. It should be loads of fun.”

First row, from left: Betty Neil of Markham (Fairy Godmother), Leah Murtaugh of Lansing (Cinderella), Kevin Hathaway of Park Forest (Prince Phillip), Taylor Michael of Lansing (Cinderella), Malcolm Banks of Riverdale (Prince Phillip), Cheryle Barham of South Holland (Fairy Godmother)
Second row, from left: Heather Janisse of Posen (Murine Listerine), Cathy Hundt of Thornton (Murine Listerine), Stephanie Baires of Orland Park (Visine Listerine), Sandy Wagner of Lansing (Binaca Listerine), Rose Backlund of Lansing (Binaca Listerine), Charlie Furtek of Lansing (Baron of Pickford), Heather Young of Chicago (Friday)
Back row from left: Cashimir King of Harvey (Sir Duncan of Doughnut), Pat Nevins of Homewood (Count De Monet), Paul Braun of Highland, Indiana (Count de Monet) (Photo provided)

Tickets are $5, cash or checks only. (The theater company is not able to accept credit or debit cards.)

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South Suburban College is located at 15800 South State Street in South Holland, Illinois.


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