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Bryn McAuley Joins Cast of Ross Petty Productions' CINDERELLA

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Stepping in to share the ugly crown with punked-out evil stepsister Shakiki, played by Cleopatra Williams (Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You), is Petty Panto alumni Bryn McAuley. Bryn landed her breakout role at the age of seven playing the title character in the animated tv series Caillou, and has since gone on to voice more than 40 different characters.

The cast of this year's fractured fairytale includes Danielle Wade, star of the Mirvish production of The Wizard of Oz who will continue to indulge her passion for shoes . . . and pumpkins; Jeff Lillico, one of Canada's most versatile actors and a major player with the big three: Soulpepper, Stratford and Shaw; Dan Chameroy's iconic Plumbum will return for her 5th show as the most whacked out Fairy Godmother anyone could ever imagine; pumpkin-haired favourite Eddie Glen, a glutton for punster-ment, is returning for his 11th Petty production as sidekick Buttons; and Ross Petty, the maestro of mayhem, will appear as none other than Cinderella's ugly, nasty, evil, boo-worthy stepmother.
Director Tracey Flye has been at the helm of the Panto since 2009, and Second City's Reid Janisse will serve as both writer and performer, after serving double-duty on last year's The Little Mermaid, for this year's jacked-up fairytale.

Get ready to have a ball with CINDERELLA, The Gags To Riches Family Musical, a shoe-in for this holiday season's favourite treat!


Ross Petty Productions presentsCINDERELLAThe Gags to Riches Family Musical!Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge Street, TorontoNovember 21, 2014 to January 4, 2015OPENING NIGHT: Thursday, November 27, 2014 @ 7pm$85/$75/$64/$27 Adults • $59 Children under 12 • $235 Family 4-PackTickets can be purchased online at http://www.rosspetty.com by phone at 1.855.599.9090or in person at the Elgin Theatre Box Office, 189 Yonge Street, TorontoFor group discounts call THE Group Tix Company at 647.438.5559 or Toll Free at 1.866.447.7849Most evening performances begin at 7pm and matinees at 2pmFor a complete performance schedule visit www.rosspetty.com


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