The True Story of Cinderella by Deborah HiningDeborah Hining believes that life is pretty much perfect as long as it holds a sense of destiny. Her destiny has led her to be many things: wife, mother, and grandmother, and also actress, award-winning playwright, theatrical director, college instructor, and Certified Financial Planner (or as she calls it, Financial Fairy Godmother). Now she is a farmer and author. Deborah lives at Corinnes Orchard, a farm in Durham County, North Carolina, with her husband, architect Michael Hining, daughter Mary Elizabeth, an artist, and son-in-law, Nick, a chef. Her son, George, daughter-in-law, Julie, and granddaughter, Corinne, live just a few miles away. You can find her most days working in one of the gardens, writing, being Grandma, and generally giving thanks for her abundant life.
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You think you know the story of Cinderella: Poor orphaned girl is bullied by her stepfamily, she goes to a ball with the help of a fairy godmother, she leaves a glass slipper, the prince uses the slipper to reunite with her, the prince and Cinderella lives happily ever after. The upcoming show shares the backbone of the familiar story with a few twists that will surprise you. We pick the twelve unusual things about the show for you to look out for:. Terms and Conditions apply. Term and conditions apply, please view the full terms and conditions. No upgrade of child tickets to adult tickets allowed.