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The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. is presenting a performance of “Cinderella” by The Lexington Ballet at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Corbin High School Auditorium.
The Prince is giving a Royal Ball and all eligible young ladies are cordially invited! Poor Cinderella lives with her wicked stepsisters and wishes she could attend the ball. A beggar reveals herself as her fairy godmother and the magic begins. This beloved classic ballet composed by Sergei Sergevevich Prokofiev is an event for the whole family.
The Lexington Ballet is the premier dance school in Central Kentucky.
The school is committed to providing the ballet patrons of Kentucky with celebrated performances of contemporary and classic ballets and is dedicated to providing the highest level of dance instruction for students in a nurturing environment.
This show is co-sponsored by Anne K. Hoskins.
Individual tickets for the show can be purchased for $30 for adults, $10 for students at the door day of show.
For season membership information, call —
Corbin: 606-528-1354 or (606) 620-7952
Williamsburg: 606-549-8213 or 606-524-3091
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