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USU Eastern Geary Theatre Production

451 E. 400 N.

Price, Utah 84501
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Event Start
7:30 PM  on  on Apr 16, 2015
Event End
9:30 PM  on  on Apr 18, 2015

USU-E Geary Theatre Production of CINDERELLA – 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm nightly.  For more information call (435) 613-5000 or email [email protected].  USU-E location is 451 E 400 N., Price. Visit for more information.          

Apr 16-18, 20-25


                                Where: Geary Theatre

                                Calendar: Fine Arts

Description: Cinderella: a fractured fairy tale, will be our final theatre production this year.  This is a panto* style performance that is not quite the Cinderella story you are used to. This Cinderella will introduce new characters, special effects and of course a happy ending with lots of audience interaction and participation, that promises to be fun for all ages.

Cinderella runs April 16-18 and 20-25 curtain is at 7:30 each night except Saturday April 18. We will have an early matinee show that day to accommodate for Carbon High Prom. Matinee show will start at 1:30pm, and WILL NOT perform an evening show that night.

We will have a Monday family night on April 20 curtain will be 7:30pm and we will offer a special family admission price of $20 We will also run matinees for the elementary schools Monday and Tuesday (April 20-21) starting at 9:30 am.



Event Start
7:30 PM  on  on Thursday, April 16, 2015
Event End
9:30 PM  on  on Saturday, April 18, 2015

Repeats Every
Friday, Saturday  until  until 
Charges Apply!
USU Eastern Geary Theatre
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Brief description a panto:The Panto is long-standing British performance form that evolved out of the Italian commedia dell’arte tradition, the Twelfth Night holiday, the Festival of Fools and Epiphany celebrations, and British music hall entertainments. When the modern Panto became an established genre in the 18th Century, writers turned to familiar stories that appealed to children and adults alike. These tales provide loose narrative outlines that form the basis for exaggeration, variation and topical social commentary, outrageous jokes, humorous songs, dances and, sometimes, a strangely affecting love story. Popular tales that have inspired countless Pantos are Aladdin, Robin Hood, Cinderella, Dick Wittington, Jack and the Beanstalk, Mother Goose, Puss in Boots, Sleeping Beauty, Goldilocks, and Snow White.

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