Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 3, No. 4. 1940
Cinderella's kitchen had an uncertain response from the crowd. They laughed at the entrances of the Fairy Godfather (G. Higgin). They could not fathom the rest, except for the antics of the cat (J. V. Scott) which added a little humour that toned the general seriousness of this act. The Ugly Sisters (R. L. Meek and J. McCreary) were really aggressive creatures. Cinderella (Margaret Freeman) gave the right atmosphere of uncertainty as to whether she should go to the Ball or not. But she had no option for an apt Moloch (J. E. Norman), supported by the required pressure of the Fairy Godfather, demanded that she should dismiss the Communists and go to the Ball, the latter significantly saying "Our time will come!"