- One ticket to Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella
- Where: Broadway Theatre
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Click here to view the schedule.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
June 20–29 (with Fran Drescher)
- $89 for rear- or side-orchestra seating at Tuesday- or Thursday-evening shows, or Wednesday or Thursday matinees (up to $137 value)
- $99 for rear or side orchestra seating at Friday- or Saturday-evening shows (up to $137 value)
June 30–July 27
- $49 for rear mezzanine seating in rows G–L at Thursday- and Friday-evening shows or Thursday matinees (up to $59 value)
- $59 for rear mezzanine seating in rows A–F at Thursday- and Friday-evening shows or Thursday matinees, or rear mezzanine seating in rows G–L at Tuesday- and Saturday-evening shows (up to $79 value)
- $69 for rear mezzanine seating rows in A–F at Tuesday- and Saturday-evening shows or Wednesday matinees (up to $89 value)
- $82 for rear- or side-orchestra seating at Thursday and Friday evening shows or Saturday matinees (up to $92 value)
- $99 for rear- or side-orchestra seating at Tuesday- and Saturday-evening shows (up to $112 value)
Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella
As the only musical Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote specifically for television, 1957’s Cinderella was always a hybrid of timeless story and modern sensibility. In a new Broadway adaptation, all the classic songs are still there—backed by live orchestra—but an all-new book by Douglas Carter Beane casts the ultimate fairytale in a new light.
Not one to let fairy godmothers do all the work for her, this Ella is politically aware even before her social circle includes handsome regents. The kingdom is suffering under the ill counsel of an unscrupulous advisor, and it seems Ella is the only one who can see it—her wicked step-family is too caught up in the latest bit of royal pageantry, an extravagant ball at the castle.
Paige Faure dons Ella’s Tony-winning ball gown in this glittery production, and Fran Drescher delivers the wicked stepmother’s invective in her famous dulcet tones through June 29. While the show mixes in a dash of adult complexity, it remains family-friendly and just as likely as ever to provoke a widespread children’s boycott of opaque shoes.