The glass slipper will be lost and found this week at Brookwood Elementary School.
The school's annual dinner theater, to be held Monday and Tuesday, features a production of Cinderella performed by fifth-graders.
"I have a Disney rotation we do every three years," said Johnny Carr, the music teacher and director of the play at Brookwood Elementary. "We rotate through different Disney plays, so we haven't done Cinderella in three years."
The other plays on rotation for the dinner theater performances are Sleeping Beauty and Alice in Wonderland.
The play features 35 fifth- graders, who auditioned for their parts, and numerous other fifth-graders acting as servers.
The school has conducted a dinner theater as a fundraiser since it opened 17 years ago, Carr said.
"It's a major accomplishment to do a dinner theater, especially at the elementary level," he said.
Brookwood's version of Cinderella comes with a twist, Carr said.
"It varies from the traditional version in that they all live happily ever after, but the mean stepmother and stepsisters come around in the end," he said.
Show times for Cinderella are 6:15 p.m. Monday's show is sold out, but tickets are still available for Tuesday, Carr said. Tickets cost $7 for adults and $4 for children in fifth grade or younger.
Free daytime shows will be held at 9 a.m. and 9:40 a.m. Wednesday.
For more information, call (706) 855-7596, ext. 217.
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