KATY (Covering Katy) – Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center’s spring season closes with “Twinderella: The Musical” by Charlie Lovett. This open enrollment student production features young actors ages 7-14.
This KVPAC production of “Twinderella: The Musical” is a comedic twist on the classic Cinderella where she has a long-lost twin brother named Bob living in the same kingdom with his own wicked stepfamily. The separated siblings have enlisted the services of the Fairy Godmother, the Godfather and two enchanted gerbils to help sneak their way into the exclusive royal festivities of Wychwood-under-Ooze.
Bob has his sights set on Prince Percy’s all-kingdom baseball game, while Cinderella eyes the birthday gala for Princess Petunia. When the two strangers disappear at midnight after Cinderella hits a game winning home run, the search is on to find the feet that fit the glass slipper and the muddy cleat.
Dabrina Sandifer, KVPAC’s visual arts director, makes her directing debut at KVPAC with this production. Sandifer recommends purchasing your tickets online as the performances are already close to selling out.
Show times are Friday May 19 at 7 p.m., and Saturday May 20 at noon. Tickets are available online at www.KVPAC.org until noon on Friday or can be purchased at the box office one hour before each performance. All shows are performed at Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center, located at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center Complex at 2501 S Mason Rd, Ste. 290.