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Burnsville Community Theatre is run through Community Education in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.

August 2, 2018 Savage Pacer Story: Photo from Burnsville Community Theatre.

Burnsville Community Theatre presents 'Cinderella' this month

By Christine Schuster cschuster@swpub.com 

Burnsville Community Theatre’s production of Cinderella opens Aug. 9 at the Burnsville High School Mraz Center.

Earlier this summer, “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” kicked off the inaugural season for the community theatre. Cinderella marks the second production for the group, which is operated through District 191’s Community Education program and open to anyone — including those outside the district.

The cast, ranging in age from just 5 years old to adults, is preparing to entertain audiences with the classic tale.

The Burnsville Community Theatre brings not only a range of ages to the stage, but a range of theatrical experience.

Georgia Martin, 9, said it’s her first time in a real production. Her favorite part of the show is the performance of “In My Own Little Corner,” where she plays a sleeping mouse.

Emily Powers — who goes by her stage name, Seralina Powers — went on to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City after graduating from Burnsville High School. She returns to the Burnsville stage this summer portraying Cinderella’s evil stepmother.

“It’s fun to be one that no one likes,” Powers said. “It’s about developing the backstory personally, for me, to understand why she acts the way she acts.”

The show is directed by Amy Stead and runs Aug. 9-11 and 16-18 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available at www.mrazcentertickets.com.

Burnsville Community Theatre 2018

Burnsville Community Theatre is run through Community Education in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191.

August 2, 2018 Savage Pacer Story: Photo from Burnsville Community Theatre.

Burnsville Community Theatre presents 'Cinderella' this month

By Christine Schuster cschuster@swpub.com

Burnsville Community Theatre’s production of Cinderella opens Aug. 9 at the Burnsville High School Mraz Center.

Earlier this summer, “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” kicked off the inaugural season for the community theatre. Cinderella marks the second production for the group, which is operated through District 191’s Community Education program and open to anyone — including those outside the district.

The cast, ranging in age from just 5 years old to adults, is preparing to entertain audiences with the classic tale.

The Burnsville Community Theatre brings not only a range of ages to the stage, but a range of theatrical experience.

Georgia Martin, 9, said it’s her first time in a real production. Her favorite part of the show is the performance of “In My Own Little Corner,” where she plays a sleeping mouse.

Emily Powers — who goes by her stage name, Seralina Powers — went on to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City after graduating from Burnsville High School. She returns to the Burnsville stage this summer portraying Cinderella’s evil stepmother.

“It’s fun to be one that no one likes,” Powers said. “It’s about developing the backstory personally, for me, to understand why she acts the way she acts.”

The show is directed by Amy Stead and runs Aug. 9-11 and 16-18 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available at www.mrazcentertickets.com.

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