Dozens of Southlake students and families from Studio A are participating in a large scale production in Dallas later this month.
The Weaving, sponsored by the International Ballet Theatre, will be performed Saturday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. at the historic Majestic Theatre in Dallas. The show features members of the The International Ballet Theater, Southlake’s only non-profit ballet apprenticeship.
Act I includes members of the apprentice ballet company dancing with 6 professional guest artists, in several classical and contemporary pieces. Act II is a reprisal of The Weaving. Studio A founder, Anita Conley produced The Weaving several years ago and took the production to Lincoln Center in New York City. The Weaving is a dance narrative on the life of Corrie ten Boom. Corrie was a Dutch Christian who saved the lives of over 800 Jews during the holocaust. The Weaving was originally performed on Broadway at the Lincoln Center in 2010. This is the premiere of The Weaving in Dallas.
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