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A flower crown that says Snow Queen in the middle

February 21 & 28 | 7 PM
February 22 & 29 | 2
PM & 7 PM

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s Classic Children’s Story

Original Music, Script & Score by Ric Averill  • Orchestration by Jeff Dearinger

Artistic Direction and Drama Direction by Elizabeth Sullivan

Associate Artistic Director & Ballet Choreography by Paige Comparato

Assistant Ballet Choreography by Emma Davison

Modern Choreography by Tristan Griffin

Contemporary Choreography by Amanda Pintore

$25 adult/$20 senior/$15 student (All Ages + Family)

Join us for a brand new collaboration between Performing Arts & the School of Dance as the Lawrence Arts Center revives the history and inspiring story of the Snow Queen through dance, song, and live orchestration. Based on the same Hans Christian Andersen story that inspired the hit Disney movie, Frozen, the story centers on the struggle between good and evil as taken on by young heroine, Gerda. Weaving together dramatic and comic scenes and dances performed by an 12-piece orchestra, Gerda embarks on a quest to save her playmate, braving sorceresses, robbers, and the Snow Queen in order to rekindle Kai’s inner flame of kindness. The production will feature a cast of over 100 actors, dancers, and singers of all ages.

Click here to view the cast list!

Details

Start:
February 21 @ 7:00 pm
End:
February 29 @ 7:00 pm
Cost:
$15 – $25
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Venue

Lawrence Arts Center

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