Bad Cinderella at Imperial Theatre

Bad Cinderella Tickets

Imperial Theatre | Manhattan, New York

Have you ever wished you could follow along with the musical, Cinderella? …‘buuuttt’ she isn’t the angel that the classic makes her out to be? Well, you’re in luck because Bad Cinderella will be shown at Imperial Theatre on Friday 17th March 2023. It is billed as one of the most pronounced. In fact, Critics have called it a Cinderella for the 21st Century. You will be fascinated at the top-notch amazing visuals, the stunning acting of the cast and the feet tapping symphonic music. Fans and critics are purchasing of their tickets, and they are quickly becoming in short supply. Snap up yours now!

Bad Cinderella at Imperial Theatre

The meadows are idyllic, the prince is handsome, and the locals are exquisite in the absolutely stunning kingdom of Belleville. Cinderella is the only unyielding peasant who blocks the path of absolute perfection. This damsel IS the distress to the perfect residents and sovereigns of Belleville.

The equally disregarded Prince Sebastian is Cinderella's last companion in Belleville. He is pushed into the spotlight when his older brother, Prince Charming, mysteriously vanishes. Prince Sebastian must select a bride at the ball and lead an unhappy life as the next royal heir. Cinderella visits the Godmother, who can fix any problem…for a price, as she faces the possibility of losing the one person she has ever cared about to the crown.

Here is what some of the critics have to say about the show:

“A magical musical—one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best. A rom-com with a progressive message, brilliantly witty lyrics and exuberant numbers. What a ball!” – The Telegraph

“A hilarious triumph! Andrew Lloyd Webber and Emerald Fennell’s sassy musical take on the rags-to-riches fairy tale has a terrific palette of songs and a snappy contemporary edge.” – Evening Standard

Don’t let this one get away from you, as tickets will be selling out quick be sure to purchase yours today.

Bad Cinderella at Imperial Theatre

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