REVIEW: Spectacular Cinderella on Ice

The Lord Mayor's son, Bogdan Berezenko and Cinderella, Olga Sharutenko, seen performing as part of the world-famous Imperial Ice Stars' show Cinderella on Ice. Photo: Montecasino's Teatro

by Ava O'Connor, age 10

JOHANNESBURG - Cinderella on Ice was a spectacular show.

The dancers’ moves were out of this world.

When the men lifted the girls up into the air, I thought they would fall but it didn’t happen; my mind was blown.

Sometimes I saw the ice leaping off their snow-white skates.

As they whizzed through the frosty air, my eyes caught the sight of their sparkling, glamorous costumes, which dazzled in the twinkling, bright lights.

When I saw Cinderella’s short dress my eyes were as big as pizzas.

I think that was the prettiest dress I’ve ever seen.

Their spins were as fast as cheetahs. I was scared they would fall after spinning, but they didn’t. When they spun around, I felt queasy.

I wish I could watch Cinderella on Ice one hundred more times.

That was the best show ever and I would recommend that you go and watch it with your children and friends.

* Cinderella on Ice is at Montecasino in Johannesburg from 1 December 2017 – 6 January 2018.



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