Buttons

Arts Theatre
February
2012
 

Description

February 16 & 17 2012 Nottingham Arts Theatre Written by Conor Hadfield and Jake McCollough Edited by Marcus Clarke, Liam Webber, and Eddie Halliday Choreography by Nic Miller When an Evil Enchantress hears of a Prophecy proclaiming the end of Dark Magic, she will stop at nothing to prevent it diminishing her powers. Her dastardly plan to swap the new-born Prince with her own daft and demonic son leaves the fate of the kingdom hanging by a delicate thread. Eighteen years later, the downtrodden Cinderella spends her days enslaved by her stepmother and ugly sisters, whilst readying herself for her arranged marriage to the Prince. Meanwhile, her hapless sidekick Buttons settles for loving her from afar. But all is not well, the Enchantress returns to spring her plan into action, will all be uncovered? Will dark magic conquer? Will Buttons fly and finally get the girl?! With fashion-fix fairies, tigers, polar bears, and a special appearance from a purely fictional boy-band there's something for everyone! Can all be put right in this twist on the classic Cinderella Story?

Cast

The Voice of Reason

Edward Attaway

 

The Fairy Gok Mother

Oliver Wilson-Smith

 

Olaf

Marcus Clarke

 

Pamela, The Enchantress

Holly Cuffley

 

Agnes, Her mother

Liam Mills

 

King Pomplemousse

Duncan Stagg

 

Queen Pomplemousse

Hannah Brent

 

Mr Buttons-Goode

Conor Hadfield

 

Mrs Buttons-Goode

Helena Gloeckner

 

Grandma Buttons

Yasmin Alexander

 

Cinderella

Samantha Patchett

 

Mistress Cougar

Holly Campbell

 

Herald

Siana-Mae Heppel-Secker

 

Prince Atchoo

Jake McCollough

 

Regina the Ugly Sister

Simon Clarke

 

Priscilla the Ugly Sister

Fred Swan

 

Buttons

Brandon Hill

 

Charlie the Builder/ The Priest

Eugenia Gordon

 

Terry the Builder/Cow’s Bottom

Amy Tutin

 

Doreen the Squire

Robyne Connors

 

Earl of Polygamy

Nic Miller

 

Wendy the Writer

Molly Lines

 

Jeff the Writer

Kate Swan

 

Goulash the Coach

Liam Webber

 

Bob the Guard

Destini Henry

 

Dave the Guard

Elliot Wilmington-Holmes

 

Ted the Guard/Cow’s Head

Rachel Maddocks

 

SPECIAL GUESTS:
ONE DIMENSIONAL

Liam Webber, Liam Mills, Eddie Halliday, Fred Swan, Simon Clarke

Staff

Group

NYT

 

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