Zenon Dance Co.'s The Nutcracker According to Mother Goose
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The last date listed for The Nutcracker According to Mother Goose was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 5:00pm.
Currently at The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $45.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $22.50
Experience a Twin Cities holiday tradition as Myron Johnson's Nutcracker (not so) Suite returns in a… More
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This is very cute for younger children. My son just turned 4 and seemed to really like it. The timing was perfect for him; right at the end, he was starting to ask to leave (50 min show). As for adult viewers, there isn't much to impress them - low budget and very little impressive dance moves. Mostly 'cutsie' stuff, with a little bit of impressive dancing speckled throughout.
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Great concept and way to introduce yourng audiences to ballet. My daughters were on the older side in the audience, but I wanted them to see this first before sitting through a full length production. They enjoyed it and are up to more.
This show is appropriate for children of all ages.
About the Ticket Supplier: Zenon Dance CompanyOne of the nation's premier repertory dance companies, Zenon Dance Company captivates audiences with a rare and dynamic blend of modern and jazz. Working with talented emerging choreographers as well as internationally renowned masters, Zenon continually redefines and pushes dance standards in Minnesota.
The Zenon dancers are recognized for their stylistic diversity, fearless physicality and emotional intelligence. Under the direction of Linda Andrews, one of the most powerful choreographic voices in Minnesota, Zenon continues to build its eclectic repertory by commissioning significant works from such acclaimed American choreographers as Bill T. Jones, Doug Varone, Bebe Miller, Tere O'Connor, Danny Buraczeski and Seán Curran.