Cindrella at Millman Street Community Centre
People of Millman street community centre are lucky to have Richard Norman and Sue Shickle the manager to produce many wonderful and happy time for them. The Cinderella story with new look pantomime let them re-dream and live the jolly moment of their childhood. written and directed by Norman Divall in a light, funny and witty short play of Cindrella.
The universal story of a poor girl who dreams of one day she will put an end of her miserable life with her step mother and step sisters who treated her as a slave! Universal dream every nation have their own version of the story.
We all read Cindrella story on our childhood, a European folk tale embodying a myth-element of unjust oppression that triumphant reward at the end. The character is a young woman living in unfortunate circumstances that are suddenly changed to remarkable fortune.
some of us hear it at bed time by mother or father. We never too old to enjoy read it again or see it as a film or play particularly on Christmas time, the fairy moment to feed our dream of justice and happiness, dream of happy ending!
Every one enjoyed the show played by beautiful actors and singers, Ann Godfrey who played prince charming and sung with her beautiful voice. Also June Brown, Marlene Cartwright, and others who played in a family worm atmosphere.
Ibtesam Yousif (Sam)