After the dead of her father Tom, Cindy is living with her stepmother Fricka and her malicious daughters Brünhilde and Sieglinde. Different to her two stepsisters, Cindy has to work hard alongside school. And of all things in Fricka’s Restaurant, which used to belong to Cindy’s father.
Furthermore, Fricka has all kinds of tasks for her. And that not enough, Cindy is also the outcast in school and has to suffer daily from derogative and malicious comments of Buffy, the head cheerleader and her friends Kristy and Ashley.
The only comfort Cindy finds is from her best friend Archie and the restaurant employees, who became her true family.
Her sad private life gets a wonderful spin when she meets her prince charming in a chat and starts conversing with him per SMS.
At the masked ball she discovers however, that her secret admirer is the most liked student of the entire school: heart-throb and football captain Jason.
Scared of fear not to be liked by him, Cindy hides her true identity and runs off the ball early.
But with all the excitement she forgets her mobile …
We shall see, whether Cindy will find her prince charming – or better, whether he will find her!
All that – and more in Theater Akzent …
Don’t Dream It.
Monday, June 6th 2005, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 8th 2005, 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, June 8th 2005, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 9th 2005, 10:00 a.m.
Thursday, June 9th 2005, 7:30 p.m.
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Broadway Company Artistic Team 2004/05
Artistic Director: KrisTina Decker
Choreographies: KrisTina Decker (Cats, Tanz der Vampire, Die Schöne und das Biest), Axel Olzinger (Tanz der Vampire, Chicago, Die Schöne und das Biest), Marcus Tesch (Hair, Joseph, Phantom der Oper), Liane Maynard (Dance Captain in Elisabeth, Tanz der Vampire, Grease)
Musical Director: Ingolf Unterrainer (Herr der Ringe, Ludwig II, Jekyll & Hyde)
Acting Director: Nicole Weber
Director: Fritz Schmid (Tanz der Vampire, Elisabeth)
Book: KrisTina Decker, Oliver Hebeler (german adaptation)
Song Texts: Michael Lynn
Idea and musical Concept: KrisTina Decker