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The Paris Opera Ballet in Rudolf Nureyev 's new version of the fairytale Music by Serge Prokofiev starring
Orchestre National conductor Michel Queval Nureyev has set the Cinderella story in 1930s Hollywood. Cinderella dreams, not of going to the ball. but of movie stardom, and so her fairy godfather becomes a film producer and her prince, a handsome leading man. Nevertheless, the story retains the usual misunderstandings and the inevitable happy ending. Designer I'ETRIKA IONESCO Costumes HANAE MORI Television lighting JEAN MARIE BERGIS
Associate producer ROBIN SCOTT


Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev
Music By: Serge Prokofiev
Conductor: Michel Queval
Unknown: Jean Marie Bergis
Producer: Robin Scott
Cinderella: Sylvie Guillem
the Prince: Charles Jude
the Sisters: Isabelle Guerin
: Monique Loudieres
the Mother: Georges Piletta
the Film Producer: Rudolf Nureyev
Dance instructor: Jean-Pierre Franchetti
Father: Alain Bugreau
Four seasons ......: Fanny Gaida
Four seasons ......: Elizabeth Maurin
Four seasons ......: Fabienne Cerutti
Four seasons ......: Carole Arbo
Film director: Francois Malovik
Director's assistant: Eric Quillere

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