Posted 08 December 2003 - 07:53 PM
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM EGLEVSKY BALLET!
Treat yourself and your family to a holiday tradition -- enjoy the magic of the Eglevsky Ballet's Nutcracker 2003. As our holiday gift to you, the Eglevsky Ballet, Long Island's most prestigious professional ballet company, is offering a special discount for our December 26 and 27 performances if you purchase your tickets online.
BUY TICKETS FOR THE NUTCRACKER ONLINE NOW and receive a discount on the following performances:
Friday, December 26th at 7 PM $38, 28, 25
Saturday, December 27th at 12 PM $38, 28, 25
Saturday, December 27th at 5 PM $38, 28, 25
Click on the performance of your choice and type in the coupon code EGLEVSKY.
You will be brought to a new page where you can choose from the discounted prices.
You can still purchase tickets at regular price for Sunday, December 21st at 12 PM and Sunday, December 21st at 5 PM.
There is a fee for INTERNET orders. No refunds or exchanges. Programs artist and dates are subject to change. Not applicable on previously purchased tickets.
For more info, please visit www.tillescenter.org.
Ali Pourfarrokh, artistic director with NYC Ballet's Nilas Martins and Manhasset's Eliane Munier, formerly with the San Francisco Ballet.
Sugar plums, candy canes and snowflakes abound as Long Island's own professional dance company, the Eglevsky Ballet, celebrates its 42nd anniversary with a spectacular production of the perennial holiday favorite, choreographed by the company's artistic director, Ali Pourfarrokh.
The internationally-renowned dancer Nilas Martins heads the professional company of 25 dancers. Martins, who will dance the leading role of The Cavalier, is a principal dancer of the New York City Ballet. A native of Denmark, Martins has a broad repertory with the City Ballet and has appeared on PBS' Live from Lincoln Center and Dance in America. He also performed in the 1993 film version of George Balanchine's Nutcracker. Eliane Munier, a native of Manhasset who formerly was a dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, dances Sugar Plum Fairy, the leading woman's role.
The Eglevsky Ballet's The Nutcracker company is augmented by a children's cast of 60, consisting of some of Long Island's most talented young dancers.
Posted 08 December 2003 - 08:37 PM
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