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PCMS reschedules ‘Getting to Know … Cinderella’ for March 4-6 and March 11-13
PCMS reschedules ‘Getting to Know … Cinderella’ for March 4-6 and March 11-13
Kate Martin
Friday, February 26, 2021

Students rehearse a musical scene from "Cinderella."

PCMS reschedules ‘Getting to Know … Cinderella’ for March 4-6 and March 11-13

After snow caused the show to not go on, the PCMS Pegleg Players have continued rehearsals for “Getting to Know Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.”

“The snow days prevented us from holding rehearsals,” said Director Robbie Riehn. “The show has been rescheduled for March 4-6 and March 11-13. Tickets purchased for the original dates have been reissued for the new corresponding dates. Tickets can be purchased at http://pcmsd.booktix.com. For more information, email rriehn@pcsd32.com.

This one-hour adaptation of Rodgers & Hammerstein's timeless tale is specially designed for young performers. Perry County Middle School's drama club will hold performances in the Old Senior High Performing Arts Auditorium at 7 pm March 4-6 and March 11-13.

Tickets are $6 and can be purchased in advance at http://pcmsd.booktix.com/ or purchased at the door. Blocks of seats will be created and families will be seated 6-feet apart from other families.

Mr. Riehn, the PCMS STEM teacher directs, and Ms. Taylor Davis, PCMS choral music instructor, is the musical director. There are two casts, one for each weekend. This will also allow the show to go on in case of illness or quarantine.

Cast 1 will perform Friday-Sunday, March 4-6.

Cast 2 will perform Friday-Sunday, March 11-13.

Show synopsis: “The timeless enchantment of a magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance. As adapted for the stage, with great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, this enthralling fairy tale still warms the hearts of children and adults alike. In this specially created Getting to Know... version, all the beloved songs and familiar characters are present and accounted for. However, the entire script has been condensed to better suit young attention spans, and the plot has been slightly altered to highlight some important lessons for contemporary audiences.” 


Students rehearse a musical scene from "Cinderella."

Students rehearse a musical scene from "Cinderella."


Students rehearse a musical scene from "Cinderella."


Ms. Taylor Davis leads students in rehearsal for "Cinderella."