The second Grand Christmas Pantomime produced by John N. McCallum at the Cremorne Garden Theatre, Cinderella again utilised the talents of his Town Topics variety company (under the direction of Elton Black). Concerning the story line, the Brisbane Courier critic records that 'following modern tendencies, which have almost developed into an accepted tradition, the plot was, of course, more apparent than real. There were sufficient incidents in the action, however, to make the story intelligible to young and old' (18 December 1920, p.7).
The same critic reports that the singing was a feature of the production, as it was 'not often that a pantomime was fortunate enough to secure interpretation by vocalists - to use the word in its true sense' (p.7). One of the songs known to have been written or incorporated into the pantomime was 'The Gypsy Warned Me' (sung by Elton Black).
1920: Cremorne Garden Theatre, Brisbane, 17 December 1920 - 13 January 1921.