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Cinderella (played by Yekaterina Radul ’11, left) and Rapunzel (Erika L. Bakse ’09) discuss Cinderella’s true feelings and her take on life. “Happily Ever After,” written by Shelly Manber ’08 and directed by Yuri A. Podpaly G, shows a different side to familiar fairy tales. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
Cinderella (played by Yekaterina Radul ’11, left) and Rapunzel (Erika L. Bakse ’09) discuss Cinderella’s true feelings and her take on life. “Happily Ever After,” written by Shelly Manber ’08 and directed by Yuri A. Podpaly G, shows a different side to familiar fairy tales. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.