Tribune staff reports
Brownstown Central High School choral department will present the musical “Cinderella” at 7 p.m. March 12, 13 and 14 in the high school auditorium.
A Cinderella Princess Tea also will be available for young children up to fifth grade Feb. 28. It will be in the auditorium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and tickets are $8 per child. These can be purchased at Family Drug, The Peoples Bank and at the door prior to the event.
Portraying the role of Cinderella is Brittany Isaacs, and the prince is Kent Criminger. The king and queen will be portrayed by Mitchell Banks and Sarah Adams.
The stepsisters are Meg Fleetwood, Lauren Murphin and Christine Freeman with Charlie Stout as the stepmother. The fairy godmother will be Emily Bridges, and young Cinderella is Ciara Fisher.
Other cast members include Dylan Davis as Lionel the steward and Noah Reynolds as the assistant steward. The four mice and the cat are Madison McGinnis, Hannah Gallion, Sara Martin, Claire Smith and Kaitlyn Lowry. The king’s chef and coachmen are Hunter Curry, Becky Davidson and Chelsea Fish.
Dancers and chorus members include Baylei Fleetwood, Morgan Chastain, Stephany Kramer, Brycelyn Ruddick, Maggie Rohlfing, Jordan Trowbridge, Makenzie Bennett, Ciara Fisher, Alexis Koch, Destiny Duncan, Leah Bane, Mica Agpalza, Kiley Baker, Kellie Burchett, Alison Deaton, Chelsea Fish, Taylor Haigh, Jetta Shelton, Chancelyn York, Becky Davidson, Madison McGinnis, Hannah Gallion, Sara Martin, Claire Smith, Sarah Shoemaker and Madison Jones.
The musical is being directed by Jan Willey, with the help of assistants Alisha Griffin and John Rohlfing. Costume designer is Kim Myers, whose assistant is Aaron Banks. In charge of lights and sound are Marcia Anderson and Mark Meadows with choreographer Morgan Myers.
Tickets will be available next month for $7 for reserved and general seating. They will be available at Family Drug and The Peoples Bank in Brownstown, from cast members and by calling the high school office at 812-358-3453.