Dear DelArts Families,
We are proud to produce “Snow Queen” for a 7th year! “Snow Queen” really is Delaware’s timeless holiday production. This show is not your typical holiday show - “Snow Queen” has several styles of dance to tell the story including ballet, tap, jazz, and contemporary. The show also boasts beautifully crafted costumes and sets and utilizes gorgeous backdrops and projections, making it unique.
Producing a show like “Snow Queen” is no small undertaking. We’d like your help in spreading the word and get people in the Holiday spirit! We are asking that those who are on Facebook share the following event on your Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1923137197995936/
There are a few super easy options when sharing this event:
1. You can invite all of your friends to this event.
2. You can choose the option "Share as Post” and than you have couple more options - you can share on Your Timeline or Share in a Group where you are a Member. Just start typing the name of the group and it will show up in the list. Then choose this group and click “Post.”
Feel free to copy and past the following when sharing:
"We are delighted to invite you, your relatives, and your friends to “Snow Queen” - Delaware’s timeless production. “Snow Queen” is a magical story based on a Hans Christian Andersen classic fairy tale. This amazing production is told through dance styles including ballet, tap, jazz, and contemporary. “Snow Queen” also features beautifully crafted costumes and sets and utilizes gorgeous backdrops and projections. Now in its 7th year, “Snow Queen” continues to delight audiences of all ages.
Performances of “Snow Queen” will take place at the Laird Performing Arts Center at The Tatnall School in Wilmington on Saturday, December 8 at 2:00pm and 5:00pm and Sunday, December 9 at 2:00pm.
Start a new family tradition and come see “Snow Queen” this year…and every year!”
Regardless of whether or not you’re on Facebook, please grab some flyers and postcards at the front desk. Leave them at the YMCA, Yoga class, etc.).
Help us spread the Holiday Cheer and make “Snow Queen” our community tradition!