Back by popular demand, Ballet Classics for Children: Cinderella returns online to bewitch audiences of all ages with its triumphant rags-to-riches story! Featuring fresh new choreography and direction by Septime Webre in collaboration with Ata Wong, and based on an original concept and script by Yuri Ng and Rick Lau, this entertaining one-hour adaptation of the classic fairy tale follows Cinderella, her Fairy Godmother and the handsome Prince on a whirlwind adventure to the Royal Ball where her enchanted transformation will only last until the clock strikes midnight! The ugly Stepsisters’ slapstick antics provide ample wit and humour to get the whole family giggling safe at home, and Hong Kong Ballet dancers show how heartbreak turns to joy as the power of love conquers all.

Ballet Classics for Children: Cinderella is co-presented by Freespace as part of Hong Kong Ballet in Residence 2021: turn(it)out festival.

Narrated in Cantonese and English with Chinese and English subtitles

Artistic Team:
Choreography and Direction: Septime Webre
Associate Director: Ata Wong*
Script and Original Concept: Yuri Ng and Rick Lau
Music: Sergei Prokofiev
Costume Design: Yoki Lai
Set Design: Leocampo Yuen
Narrator: Yung Yin-sing Lucas

*By kind permission of Théâtre de la Feuille

Date and Time:
Available from 20 March 2021 (Saturday) 10:00am to 4 April 2021 (Sunday) 11:59pm on Hong Kong Ballet website


  • Suitable for participants aged 3 or above.
  • Hong Kong Ballet reserves the right to alter programme and artists.

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Co-presented by:
Hong Kong BalletHong Kong Ballet is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Make-Up Partner:
M.A.CCompany Partner:

Ata Wong
Associate Director

Ata WongAta Wong is a director, choreographer, actor and physical acting coach. He graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts and École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. After founding Théâtre de la Feuille in 2010, he created productions that toured worldwide and collaborated with numerous productions, movies and concerts.

In 2019, his outstanding contributions to arts and culture received official commendation from the Hong Kong SAR Government. He also won Director of the Year at the 2019 IATC (HK) Critics Awards, Best Director and Best Performance at the 2019 The Hong Kong Theatre Libre and Award for Young Artist (Drama) at the 2017 Hong Kong Arts Development Awards.

Yung Yin-Sing Lucas

Yung Yin-Sing LucasYung Yin-Sing Lucas graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama in 2019. That same year, he was nominated for Best Actor for his role as Peter in Luna Gale at the 11th Hong Kong Theatre Libre and won HKAPA’s Outstanding Actor Award for his role as Zhu Yuanzhang in its production of Dust and Dawn. Recently, he was awarded Level 1-B in the PSC (National Putonghua Proficiency Test).

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