“The Spectacular Clare and The Chocolate Nutcracker is Back in 2022”     

On Saturday, November 26th, at 7 PM, 175 dancers primarily children and youth will light up the stage with brilliance, hard work, dancing genius, discipline, and pure showmanship. Under the vision and leadership of the creator, writer, and Executive Producer Beverly Page, the tickets are on sale at the Dr Phillips Center for the Performing Arts starting at $39.50 each.

Clare and the Chocolate Nutcracker is described as Soulful, Bold, Colorful, Exciting, Lively and Delightful.  A holiday treat for the entire family.”

Last year, on a cultural, ecstatic, and global perspective, the dancers never stopped moving the entire show. If you were not there you missed a special treat, and it rocked downtown Orlando. The scenes were magnificent, and once the dancing started you were under the spell of the show.

This year the extremely talented dancers and actors with vibrant colors and energy will travel the world visiting more international cultures. The performance will be music and dance at its best, and everyone that dances in the show will do it with passion and exuberance.

     To produce a show with a cast of close to 175 dancers requires a sizable production crew.  The production crew this year is made up of 28 members including the Artistic Directors of Rhythmic Creators, production assistant, choreographers, technical director, art director, stage manager, visual artist, marketing director, filmmaker, and costume designers.

The tickets are now on sale at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and there is a group discount for the purchase of 10 or more tickets. This will be a great evening of multi-cultural art and Black history.

Orlando Community Arts, Inc. (OCA) is a 501©3 organization with a mission to give arts access to the underserved communities. Since its inception, Orlando Community Arts, Inc. has maintained an unwavering commitment to presenting a memorable and magical production. This holiday production captures the rich pageantry of traditions and flair that epitomizes culture and diversity.

For more information contact: Adrienne Noel at (407) 790-6495, or anoel@marketingmindsatwork.com  and Roger Caldwell (407) 421-5453, or Jet38@bellsouth.net.

Donations and sponsorship available.

 

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Carma Lynn Henry Westside Gazette Newspaper 545 N.W. 7th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33311 Office: (954) 525-1489 Fax: (954) 525-1861

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