Scottsdale ballet to perform Snow White and Rose Red

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Ballet dancers of all ages from the Youth Ballet Company will enchant the audience in an originally choreographed story ballet about sisters Snow White and Rose Red.

From the Royal Palace to the Black Forest, guests will see a Snow Princess and her fairies, the  Woodland Dwarfs, Meadow Fairies, and of course, the Evil Reflection Mirror.

Snow White and Rose Red must outwit the Queen’s plan and her magnificent vultures to restore happiness to the kingdom.

The Youth Ballet Company dances of Plumb Performing Arts Center will perform two shows: 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Feb. 6, at the Cactus Shadow’s Fine Arts Center, 33606 N. 60th St. in Scottsdale.

Ballet dancers ages 6 – 18 will enchant you in this originally choreographed story ballet about sisters Snow White and Rose Red.

The Youth Ballet Company dancers of Plumb Performing Arts Center will perform two shows at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Feb. 6.

Under the choreography and direction of Kelly Roberts and Kendra Dahl, dancers will showcase their many hours of practice and proficiency.

Dancers at PPAC eagerly await each upcoming ballet performance and fully commit to the many required hours of rehearsals, in addition to their regular dance classes, according to a press release. With a cast of over 50 dancers, this exciting story ballet, The Fairy Tale of Snow White and Rose Red will surely captivate all members of the audience.

For more information contact PPAC at 480-661-7461 or visit their website at www.plumbperformingartscenter.com.

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