Wheatland Dance Theater presents CINDERELLA 5/21

Wheatland Dance Theater presents CINDERELLA 5/21

Audiences of all ages will be dazzled by the classical fairy tale Cinderella presented by the Wheatland Dance Theater at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, 2017. The performance, which features young dancers from the Plainfield Dance Academy and special guest dancers, tells the story of a young girl who discovers her prince with a little help from her fairy godmother. The full-length ballet will be held at West Aurora High School Auditorium, 1201 W. New York Street, Aurora, IL. Tickets are available online at wheatlanddancetheater.com, by phone by calling 855-222-2TIX (2849) or at the door the day of performance. Ticket prices are $20-$24 and $30 at the door.

Set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic score, Cinderella is an enchanting fantasy full of splendor, humor and magic, choreographed by Altin Naska, new owner and artistic director of Plainfield Dance Academy.

"The fairy tale Cinderella has mesmerized children and adults for hundreds of years because of its themes of kindness and hope," says Naska. "Watching the story come alive through the artistic performances of these talented dancers in elaborate costumes with magical sets will encourage audiences to dream their dreams and offer hope and kindness to those around them."

While Naska has both performed and choreographed for dance companies in Chicago and throughout the world, this is his first time choreographing for the Plainfield Dance Academy. "There is such an abundance of talent and support for the arts in this area and I am looking forward to working with people to create a strong and creative arts scene to serve the community."

Performance Ticket Information:

Cinderella
West Aurora High School Auditorium

1201 W. New York St., Aurora, IL
3 p.m., Sunday, May 21, 2017

Tickets range from Ticket prices are $20-$24 and $30 at the door.
855-222-2TIX (2849), wheatlanddancetheater.com or at the door.


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