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The Children’s Ballet Theatre to Perform at Play’nfield in the Park

he Performance in Hummel Park is Free to Festival Goers

 

(Danville, IN, July 17, 2017)—The Children’s Ballet Theatre will perform at Play’nfield in the Park, Performing Arts Festival, on Saturday, July 29. The performance is scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. on the Citizens Bank Stage and Amphitheater located within Hummel Park and is free to festival goers.

 

The Children’s Ballet Theatre students will present pieces from their spring performance of ‘A Magical Lesson’.

 

“The Children’s Ballet Theatre is thrilled to be performing at Play’nfield in the Park this year! Our students are looking forward to getting back on stage and dancing again after almost two months off. We consider it a privilege to part of such a dynamic performing arts community here in Hendricks County, and are excited to see what the future holds,” states Anne Johansson, executive director of The Children’s Ballet Theatre.

 

 

 

 

Students who join The Children’s Ballet Theatre, including very young students, receive a

classical ballet education, learning about classical music, classical composers, French ballet terminology, and how dance can tell a story without words.

 

The Children’s Ballet Theatre in Danville celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in its 2017-2018 season.

 

The Play’nfield in the Park is one of its kind festival in Hendricks County spotlighting the performing arts in Plainfield and the surrounding communities.

 

Performances by The Biz, The Children’s Ballet Theatre, Plainfield High School Swing Choir, and Launch Pad School of Rock.

 

Hendricks Civic theatre will present Ken Ludwig’s outrageous comedy, “Twentieth Century”, which was lauded by The New Yorker a “A thrilling funhouse ride!”.

 

A kid zone with games, face painting, arts information and more will be available for families.

 

Food trucks and craft beer will be available for purchase from Far Out Fred’s, Rolling Asian Delight, Karma Kitchen, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Brewlink Brewing and Chateau Thomas Winery.

 

The Hummel Park Performing Art Center is located at 5373 S. County Road East, Plainfield, IN, 46168. For more information contact: chamber@town.plainfield.in.us or call 317-754-5368.

 

 

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*Hendricks County Arts Council (HCAC) is a community organization that strives to provide financial support, services, and other programs for a variety of arts organizations and/or individual artists and the community as a whole. HCAC’s objective is to enhance the quality of life in local communities, and raise awareness of the arts. HCAC is a 501c3 organization.

 

*The Children’s Ballet Theatre is a classical ballet school in Danville, Indiana, serving approximately 100 local students of all ages. Since its founding in 1987, the school has been dedicated to helping students develop self-discipline, dedication, positive self-esteem, and an appreciation for the arts.

 

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