May 21
~
May 24

Tokyo International Players presents: Cinderella

Cancelled
¥4,500 (advance sales)¥5,000 (on the door)

Rodger + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the new Broadway adaptation of the classic American musical originally presented on television in 1957, starring Julie Andrews. This contemporary take on a timeless tale features some of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s most beloved songs, including “In My Own Little Corner”, “Impossible/It’s Possible”, and “Ten Minutes Ago” alongside a hilarious and romantic libretto, some delightful new characters, and a few surprising twists!

Screening Times

Thursday May 21st: 7pm
Friday May 22nd: 7 pm
Saturday May 23rd: 1 pm (followed by a free director’s talk) and 7 pm
Sunday May 24th: 1pm and 6pm

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