Cinderella presented by Academy of Dance - Tickets on Sale Now 👑

The beloved fairy tale, reimagined for the whole family to enjoy.

June 6, 2024

Central Kitsap Performing Arts Center
Saturday, June 22nd 5:00 pm
Sunday, June 23rd 1:00 pm

Academy of Dance's “Cinderella” ballet is produced by Carla Olson with artistic direction by Sawyer Taylor and Maddie Mebus. Based on the original story by Nikolai Volkov and featuring Sergei Prokofiev’s lilting score, Academy of Dance’s adaptation of this timeless classic is the perfect fairy tale treat for seasoned ballet lovers and first timers alike!

Catch this performance on Saturday, June 22 at 5pm, or Sunday, June 23 at 1pm. Buy tickets here!

Once upon a time, in a faraway kingdom there lived a father with three daughters – one beautiful daughter of his own named Cinderella (Gabi St. Luce), and two evil stepdaughters (Clara Miner & Natalie Peerson). Jealous of her beauty and kindness, Cinderella’s stepmother (Faith Potter) and stepsisters have forced her to be a servant in her own home. One day, an invitation arrives from the Palace, inviting every eligible maiden in the kingdom to a lavish ball in honor of the charming Prince (Conrad Berg). The stepsisters are overjoyed and immediately put Cinderella to work on sewing and preparing their lavish gowns. The day arrives and the stepmother and stepsisters depart for the ball leaving Cinderella in despair.

Like a mysterious wind, Cinderella’s fairy godmother (Kate Chao) appears, and the living room is magically transformed into a garden. With the help of the Fairies of Spring (Aurora Goldbach), Summer (Lauren Madison), Autumn (Macy Paine) and Winter (Adyson Leonhardt), as well as other enchanted garden creatures, Cinderella’s rag dress is transformed into an exquisite gown and her shoes into glass slippers. Before Cinderella departs for the ball, her fairy godmother warns her of one very important rule – she must leave the ball by midnight!

In the Royal Palace, Cinderella is welcomed by the prince’s sister, Nikoletta (Mary Branigan) and the prince is awestruck when Cinderella enters the ballroom. The Prince and Cinderella fall in love as the courtiers and ball guests whirl around them. But, as the clock strikes midnight, Cinderella’s beautiful dress turns into rags and she must depart, forgetting to tell the prince her name and leaving only one of her slippers. The prince makes an oath – he shall marry the beautiful woman whose foot fits the slipper.

The prince travels the world in search of Cinderella. His search is futile, and he returns home with a deep heartache. On the way, he stops at one last cottage – it is the home of Cinderella. Despite her stepsisters’ protests, Cinderella tries on the slipper, and it fits. The Prince and Cinderella are reunited, married, and live happily ever after!


Central Kitsap Performing Arts Center
10140 Frontier Place NW
Silverdale, WA 98383