Katherine Rose Watson
Kid-friendly Hansel & Gretel Ballet Runs March 4-5
Tickets to the Granville Arts Center show start at $10.
ROCKWALL, Texas – January 24, 2017 – Royalty Dance Academy will present the ballet Hansel and Gretel at Granville Arts Center (300 N. 5th St, Garland, TX 75040) March 4-5, 2017. In the two-hour long production, the classic tale of Hansel and Gretel has been reimagined by director Gabrielle Palmatier. Tickets start at just $10 can be purchased by calling the studio at 972-771-3855 or purchased online at royaltydanceacademy.com. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Tatum Wolf and Skylin Helms star as Hansel and Gretel, respectively, in the fairytale classic. This is Wolf’s second leading role with Royalty Dance Academy. The eleven-year-old dancer previously played Michael in the company’s production of Peter Pan last year. “What I love about this show – besides dancing on stage – is the sets,” enthuses Wolf. “All of us in the cast got to help build the sets!” Helms adds, “My favorite part about playing Gretel is getting to be there every Saturday with my friends because the show would not be the same without them!”
Hansel and Gretel
Granville Arts Center
March 4-5, 2017
Saturday at 7:00 pm
Sunday at 2:30 pm
Tatum Wolf is available for interviews and performances. Contact Katherine Rose Watson (email@example.com, 972-489-7694) to request tickets and/or to coordinate a feature.
ABOUT ROYALTY DANCE ACADEMY
Since 2006, Royalty Dance Academy’s mission has been to teach quality dance technique, style, and choreography to each student that will challenge them at their own level. Royalty Dance Academy inspires students through the art and love of dance to leave a legacy in the lives of others around them and to believe in something that is greater than themselves. Classes include ballet, modern, lyrical, hip-hop, jazz, tap, and more. For more information, visit royaltydanceacademy.com.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Gabrielle Palmatier has been the ballet director at Royalty Dance Academy for over three years. She began her ballet training in upstate New York. She attended summer intensives such as the Houston Ballet and the Chataqua Ballet and eventually trained and performed with the Washington Ballet under the instruction of Mary Day. She later danced professionally in Los Angeles with various regional companies such as Media City Ballet and Blankenship Ballet. Gabrielle has been teaching ballet for fifteen years. She is not only passionate about dance as an art form but also about the story each dance tells.