Last night, I had the opportunity to see Rodgers + Hammerstein's CINDERELLA, a new Broadway musical, which is currently in previews at the Broadway Theatre and will officially open on March 3rd. This is the first time this classic story has had a home on the Great White Way—the new version, with a few modern twists for good measure—is based on a 1957 TV movie starring Julie Andrews in the title role. I grew up watching re-runs of the 1965 version, starring Lesley Ann Warren, and R&B singer Brandy even donned the glass slippers in a 1997 remake. Since I grew up singing along to popular songs from the successful TV movies, including “In My Own Little Corner”, “”Ten Minutes Ago” and “A Lovely Night,” I was quite eager to see a stage version. The costumes were spot on and Laura Osnes does a great job as “Ella." The best performance of the night, however, had to be award-winning Victoria Clark as “Marie/The Fairy Godmother.” Her strong, operatic voice commanded the stage every time she sang. For more on Rodgers + Hammerstein's CINDERELLA, click here.