The Rochelle Spence Dance Studio will present 'Tales of Pooh Bear' as the main part of their annual dance recital on Saturday 30th April at the Napier Municipal Theatre with performances at 2pm and 7pm.
The students will provide a colourful dance drama based on the popular AA Milne stories. The senior students will take on the roles of Pooh Bear, Christopher Robin, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga and Rabbit while the younger students will perform in large colourful groups of Baby Bears, Balloon Girls, Piglets, Thistle Patch, Bees, Little Tiggers, Rabbits, young Eeoyres, young Christopher Robins and Sky.
The audience will follow Pooh Bear on his adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood. The dancers will perform to a diverse selection of music and the stage will be set with scenery constructed by local contemporary artist, Ken Sando.
There will be 18 performers on stage ranging in age from 3 years to 18 years and adult actors taking on the roles of mother and father.
During the first half of the performance senior students and guest artists will perform short items in classical ballet, contemporary, lyrical, and jazz dance styles.
This will be an entertaining show to be enjoyed by all ages.
Presented by: Rochelle Spence Dance Studio
Phone: 0800 842538
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