Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Cinderalla & CFN

Alberta Theatre Projects is inviting refugees from Syria to see their Family Holiday Show, Slipper: A Distinctly Calgarian Cinderella Story, free of charge on December 1 or December 8, 2016. The goal is to make all those in attendance feel welcome and to take part in a Canadian holiday tradition along with their sponsors, friends and neighbours.This program is made possible thanks to a generous grant by the Canada Council for the Arts

As far as this this incarnation  - Cinderella is a normal teenaged girl from Calgary who just wants to do her work, get along with her family and play her guitar. Then one day she meets a handsome time-traveller named Eddie Prince who invites her to compete in the Stampede talent show. One problem: her crazy stepmom won’t let her. Can Cindy win the competition’s top prize and maybe Eddie’s heart too? With a little help from her Fairy Godmother, she might just have a chance!

A special thanks to Alberta Theatre Projects fro all of us here at CFN for their generosity and providing the opportunity for the greater community to be exposed to Calgary Arts and Culture. 

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