Once upon a time there was a wicked stepmother with two wicked daughters, a glorious castle with a king and queen, a handsome prince, his horse named Steed, a grand ball, a fairy godmother, mice who could talk, and a dream. Once upon a time there was Cinderella.
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"This multi-cast production moved me to such pleasure. As a critic, I would like to hear more from this audio troupe." (Bennet Pomerantz, Audioworld)
The characters are well betrayed. Cinderella is extreemly unselfish.
The perfect model. It is a fairtale and evokes this feeling of "one day my prince will come" and "good things happen to people that invest in high moral conduct".
It was a very good narration; it seemed the speakers carried a modern twist in their selfish, egotistic manners. It did portray good over evil. It gives people who do not meet the world's standards of being perfect the chance and the hope they can find beauty and love from handsome, unselfish stars who see their true beauty and worth and see beyond the glitter and deception of a really not so perfect world to find a heart of gold.
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