FALCONER - Falcon Productions of Falconer High School will present Rogers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella."
Although the musical "Cinderella" has been a favorite for years, this is the first time it has appeared on the Falconer stage.
The range of characters are handled by a cast of more than 47 students. The cast is as follows: Cinderella is played by Carolyn Becker, Prince Christopher is portrayed by Spencer Erickson, King is Sean Duddenhoeffer, Queen is Allison Munella, Stepmother is Nicole Tenpas, the comic duo stepsisters are Becca Young and Rebecca Hartling, Godmother is Torie Curtis and Herald is Michael Earle.
Pictured are Spencer Erickson and Carolyn Becker.
Pictured are Rebecca Hartling, Becker, Rebecca Young and Nicole TenPas.
The following students will also perform: Alexia Lam, Alicia Feraldi, Amber Middleton, Angela Ormond, Anne Marie Mercer, Amanda Feraldi, Daniela Casado, Danni Hannon, Emily Brown, Emily Hatfield, Hannah Jaroszynski, Heather Ahlgren, Jessica Zdunski, Jordan Crossman, Joseph Bell, Kassy Sealy, Matthew Swan, Emma Black, Mickaela Guffey, Nicole Amentrout, Rachel Anderson, Rhea Moore, Samantha Levin, Sarah Levin, Sydney Swanson, Tanner Stimson and Walker Black.
Joining the cast are Page and Gus the mouse played by Jacob Sears, along with Hannah Brently, Madison Horton, Alayna Pecnik, Addison Pierce, Emily Swan, Ashleah Younberg, and fairies, Katie Jaroszynski and Elizabeth Becker.
"Cinderella" will be presented tonight and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are available presale at the Falconer High School Security Office or at the door the day of performance. Tickets for adults are $7. Tickets for senior citizens and students are $5.
On Sunday, a prince and princess parade will be held. Falcon Productions invites any little girl or boy to join the Cinderella and Price Charming contest at 2 p.m. Participants should dress in their favorite prince or princess costume and meet in the school lobby. Prizes will be awarded.