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Polar Express Christmas Spectacular Dec. 6
Published on Tue, Nov 26, 2013 (4:05 p.m.)It's the 20th Anniversary Season for local business Bunker Dance Center and to commemorate the momentous occasion the studio is producing a spectacular holiday show, The Polar Express! The show features Ovation, the Musical Theatre Company at Bunker Dance as well as all dance teams at the studio from the youngest beginning teams to the oldest performing arts companies. Kathy Bunker, owner and artistic director for the last twenty years at Bunker Dance Center has produced and helped direct this timeless holiday story that is filled with the music and magic of the season. Deanna Anthony, veteran of the Broadway stage and one of the fabulous directors of Ovation, has written a special script with her husband, David Anthony, based on the children's classic Polar Express movie. Bunker's production includes a thirty-five foot train complete with an authentic train bell, smoke stack, and a working headlight; backdrops, fog, and of course a wonderful cast of characters including the conductor, Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, elves, and all the children who board the train bound for the North Pole! Will the non-believer Jane find the meaning of Christmas as she makes her magical journey on the Polar Express? Come find out Friday, December 6th at 7pm at Cashman Center Theatre. There will be a pre-show performance of carolers as well as beautiful Christmas trees in the lobby and in the theatre. Come catch the spirit of the season! Tickets are on sale at Bunker Dance Center for $15 or you may purchase tickets the day of the performance for $18. Box office opens at 6pm.
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