By Euro Weekly News Media • 31 October 2011 • 11:26
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Photo credit: CC/Tiia Monto
MORE than 1,000 lovers of musical fantasy descended on Teulada Moraira Auditori in Teulada last week when Tempus productions staged their Spanish version of the famous story of the waif to princess, Cinderella.
Producer Joseph Thomas Chafer pulled out all the stops to provide one of the most spectacular and colourful productions ever seen in this excellent venue.
Young and old merged to tell this classic story of triumph over despair culminating in a personal triumph with love ever after for the heroine rags to riches Cinderella.
The modern choreography complimented the vibrant live musical score, especially in the palace ballroom waltz scene, where traditional styles flirted with today’s pop music and urban dance trends.
The grand finale was extended to allow the actors to meet the audience, a gesture that was rewarded with standing ovations.
Needless to say, both the matinee and evening shows played to packed houses, leaving many disappointed fans hopefully looking forward to next time round.
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