December 2023, Main Auditorium
Written by Gary McNair, Directed by Jo Rush, Music by Brian James O’Sullivan
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Stuck on the sidelines of someone else’s story, the Ugly Sister is hackit, crabbit, and desperate for a change.
Across the ballroom, fresh from her success in glowing up Cinderella with a princess-worthy frock and fancy glass slippers, the Fairy Godmother is ready to kick back and enjoy another happy-ever-after. But finding herself stuck at the Wondernauld Christmas Ball, her fairy senses start a-tingling that there’s a wish still to be granted…
In this magical makeover journey, the Fairy Godmother and Ugly Sister must work together to achieve a transformation really worth doing and discover that true worth is on the inside, not the outside. But will the Ugly Sister accept the help she needs or has she been wearing this ‘ugly’ label too long to change?
Audiences young and old are invited to step into the magical world of Wondernauld for a festive treat that will have them laughing, singing, and dancing in the aisles.
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Fairy Godmother / Prince Archibald
Set & Costume Designer
Movement Director: Gregor Campbell
Vocal Coach: Andy Manning
Casting Director: Katherine Skene
Production Manager: Laura Smith
Technical Manager: Matt Nevans
Stage Manager: Claire Semple-Gallacher
Deputy Stage Manager: Ruby Noble
Assistant Stage Manager: Barry Forde
Master Carpenter: Denis Murphy
Carpenter: Davy Harrop
Wardrobe Supervisor: Elaine Coyle
Wardrobe Assistant: Claire Sharp
Wardrobe Assistant: Saffron Shearer
Wardrobe/Stage Management Assistant: Natalia Cortes
Lighting Technician: Stuart Jenkins
Technician: Shaun Heath
Technician: Dylan McClay
Programmer: Colin Duff
Scenic Artist: Dylan Ross
Lighting Programmer: Pippa Reilly
Creative Producer: Fraser Morrison
Executive Producer: Dominic Hill
Supported by Citizens Theatre
Photos by Sally Jubb Photography