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Cinderella Shoe Drive Helps Foster Kids

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Children in foster care live in an uncertain world, moving frequently with very little notice, and often just a small bag filled with their possessions, according to Treehouse, a King County non-profit. Be it sneakers, sandals, or snow boots, infants through teens will welcome the warmth and comfort of a new pair of shoes.

Through December 31, patrons who bring a pair of new shoes to The 5th Avenue Theatre Box Office (1308 5th Avenue), or drop them off  in the lobby during a performance of Cinderella, will receive a coupon for a 25% discount on a ticket purchase for productions of Oklahoma!Titanic: The ConcertDamn Yankees, or Rent.

Meantime, 5th Avenue Theatre is proud to present Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. From November 25 to December 31, the production will be directed by Seattle’s own Brandon Ivie. This enchanting fairy tale, which first starred Julie Andrews in 1957, includes such exquisitely romantic musical classics as “The Prince is Giving a Ball,” “In My Own Little Corner,” and “Impossible.”

The Fifth Avenue Theatre and Box Office are located at:
1308 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Box Office Hours:
Monday through Friday:  10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday:  12 Noon – 6 PM
Sunday:  12 Noon – 6 PM

The Box Office opens 90 minutes prior to curtain on performance days. For tickets to Cinderella, or more information, go to the website at http://www.5thavenue.org.

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