Nutcracker Ballet - Eau Claire (WI)

Performances
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
Pablo Center at the Confluence
Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - 7:00 pm
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Audition to Dance with Us in Eau Claire Tuesday, August 20

Date: Tuesday, August 20
Time: 3:30 p.m.
MB Host Studio: Infinity Dance Center: 2801 E. Hamilton Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54701
MB Audition Director:  Mariia Yevdokymova

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is coming to Eau Claire and the company is looking for local ballet students ages 6 to 18 years for children’s roles. Local youth can audition to be Party Children, Small Mice, Snowflakes, Russian Snow Maidens and more roles through Moscow Ballet’s communityDance with Us party students engagement “Dance with Us” program. Auditions are led by a Moscow Ballet company member/pedagogue in each performance city this fall. The “Dance with Us” program has brought over 100,000 aspiring ballerinas and ballerinos on stage with the professionals over the past 27 years. Auditions are free (although there may be a casting fee and a minimal rehearsal fee), hand-sewn costumes are provided, and dress rehearsal is on stage with the Russian company the day of the performance.

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About Host Studio: Infinity Dance Center

Infinity Dance Center’s goal is to expand children’s overall education through dance; incorporating team work, personal achievements, creative thinking, movement, and entertainment. Infinity Dance Center is a full-service dance studio devoted to providing exceptional dance instruction to children age 2 through adult. Classes emphasize respect, teamwork, and self-confidence through dancing, all in a family friendly environment. Artistic Director Rachel Wrobel had advanced dance training with the Minnesota Ballet Company and with Larkin Dance Studio. She studied under many talented dance teachers. She has a diverse background in many dance styles including Ballet, lyrical, partnering, jazz, tap, musical theatre, pointe, and hip-hop.

About The Pablo Center at the Confluence

The $51 million state-of-the-art Pablo Center at the Confluence, recently completed in summer 2018, provides rehearsal, teaching and support space for the University of Wisconsin’s theater program and a significantly larger performance venue for its nationally renowned music program. The arts center also will host concerts, performances and Broadway-style touring shows that no current campus or community venue can support. Located at the confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa rivers, the Pablo Center, a shared university-community facility, includes: a 1,200-seat theater/concert hall, a 400-seat theater and a 250-seat flexible-use space; visual arts galleries; scene, prop and costume shops; a dance studio, classrooms, rehearsal rooms and a recording studio