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Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center
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"The Story of the Nutcracker"

Date |

December 21 - December 23

Time |

7:30pm - 9:30pm

Venue |

Plymouth Art Center
520 East Mill Street

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The Plymouth Arts Theatre Company and Elite In Motion Dance Studio of Plymouth will be presenting “The Story of the Nutcracker”, a brand new theatre/dance production, Friday-Saturday, December 21-22 at 7:30pm and a 2:30pm matinee on Saturday and Sunday, December 22-23. The production was adapted and directed by Kerrylynn Kraemer and Elite In Motion Dance Studio based off of the original story “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” by E.T.A. Hoffmann and from Tchaikovsky’s ballet “The Nutcracker”. Tickets are $13 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under tax included. Tickets may be ordered by calling 920-892-8409, ordering on-line, http://www.plymoutharts.org, or by stopping in during business hours, Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday and Sunday 12-3pm. Mastercard and visa are accepted. About the Show: Once upon a Christmas Eve, Godfather Drosselmeier gave a nutcracker to the three Stahlbaum children, Louisa, Fritz, and Mary. Mary also receives a doll who looked suck-up and sulky. Little did they know that these gifts held a hidden secret to a spectacular story of enchantments and treachery. Mary’s loyalty to the nutcracker takes her to the Land of Sweets where many wonderful are performed in her honor. You won’t want to miss this magical Christmas holiday favorite! About the Playwright: Kerrylynn Kraemer got her first taste of the world of theatre on a school field trip to the Pabst Theatre in the 1st grade. She accredits that exposure to her current occupation. Knowing that the arts are important for everyone to enjoy and experience, she has made it her mission to create productions such as “The Story of the Nutcracker” that incorporates theatre, dance, and literature, to help ensure that the arts stay alive. Other plays Kerrylynn has written are “What’s the Baby’s Name”, “Tale of Rumpelstiltskin”, “After, the Happily Ever After”, “Ghost Elizabeth”, “The Three Rings”, and “The Eden Prairie All-Class High School Reunion”. About the Artistic Director: Amanda Kanzelberger has been a choreographer and dance educator for the past 22 years in the Plymouth area. She is a certified member of Dance Masters of Wisconsin, Chicago National Association of Dance Masters, Wisconsin Dance Council, and the International Tap Association. Amanda is a dedicated teacher in the art of dance and is the proud owner of In Motion Dance Studio.