Wardlaw-Hartridge School Students Enchant Audience with Cinderella

Hannah Yates (Cinderella) and Thomas Borner du Cane (Prince) take their bows with other leading cast members, from left: Aaliah Burney, Carlin Schildge, Aanandi Murlidharan and Steven Bessette. Credits: Photo provided by The Wardlaw-Hartridge School
Aanandi Murlidharan and Steven Bessette as the queen and king. Credits: Photo provided by The Wardlaw-Hartridge School
Hannah Yates and Thomas Borner du Cane share a dance. Credits: Photo provided by The Wardlaw-Hartridge School
The entire Cinderella cast crew Credits: Photo provided by The Wardlaw-Hartridge School

EDISON, NJ -- Students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison thrilled weekend audiences during a magical three-day run of Cinderella, the spring musical, from March 3-5.

Hannah Yates of Piscataway starred in the title role of Cinderella, with Thomas Borner du Cane of Plainfield playing the male lead as the Prince. Other leading players included Steven Bessette of Scotch Plains as the King, Aanandi Murlidharan of Edison as the Queen, Carlin Schildge of Westfield as the Godmother, Aaliah Burney of Sewaren as the Stepmother and Priya Golding of North Plainfield and Jaden Dugenio of Branchburg as the wicked stepsisters.

Congratulations to the cast, crew and production staff for staging a memorable show that was entertaining to all ages.

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