Dance Prism presents an original ballet, Variations on Make Way for Ducklings
April 5, 2014
Dance Prism will offer a nostalgic reincarnation of Boston in the early 1940s through Variations on Make Way for Ducklings, a tribute to Robert McCloskey's beloved tale, at The Collins Center, Andover, MA on Saturday, April 5; at the Curtis Theater, Sudbury, MA on Saturday, April 26; and at the Performing Arts Center, Littleton, on Sunday, April 27, All performances are at 2:30 pm. Inspired by the familiar journey of Mr. and Mrs. Mallard and their family of ducklings through Boston’s traffic to the Public Garden, Dance Prism recreates the 1940s city of soldiers and sailors, young lovers and playful children. Following the performance the company will offer children and adults an "UnCommon Afternoon," a complementary reception evoking the atmosphere of the 1940s Public Garden.
Tickets are $18 for children and seniors, $24 for adults and include the reception; generous group discounts are offered and special programs are available for youth groups. Seating is reserved; handicapped seating is available and easily accessible. For tickets and information, call 978- 371-1038 or order online at www.danceprism.com.