The Nutcracker - Starring Kiril Kulish of the Broadway show "Billy Elliot"
December 18th, 2009 through December 20th, 2009
12/18: 7:30pm, 12/19: 12pm, 12/20: 1pm & 5pm
Russ Berrie Center of Ramapo College
505 Ramapo Valley Rd, Mahwah, NJ 07430
Kozlov Dance International will present the full length holiday classic ballet "The Nutcracker" starring fifteen year old Tony Awarding Winning Actor and Dancer Kiril Kulish in the the lead role of the Nutcracker Prince.
Kulish who has spent the past year starring as "Billy" in the hit Broadway show, "Billy Elliot", will join Kozlov Dance International's Nutcracker dancing the leading role of the Nutcracker Prince. Â In addition to his Tony Award for "Billy Elliot". He has twice won the highest prize at the largest student ballet competition, Youth America Grand Prix, and holds the title as the Junior National Latin Ballroom Dance Champion. He has been receiving private coaching from Leonid Kozlov, director of Kozlov Dance International, for the past month.
Kozlov Dance International's production of The Nutcracker was first staged for the Australian Ballet at the Sydney Opera House in 1981 by Leonid Kozlov, former principal dancer with both the Bolshoi and the New York City Ballet and founder of the Youth Dance Festival of New Jersey. As Director of Kozlov Dance International, Leonid Kozlov, Â has been delighting audiences in the metropolitan New York area since 1993 with his dazzling choreography set to Tchaikovsky's unforgettable score, lavish costumes and scenery direct from the Bolshoi Theatre Workshop, and most notably the poise and professionalism of his talented dancers. Â
Tickets $15, $20, $25 to order call(201) 444-3223
Kiril Kulish to star in Nutcracker in NJ
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