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AUDITION FEE: $20.00
1:30PM-2:30PM - Male & Female Dancers, ages 4-6
2:30PM-3:30PM - Male & Female Dancers, ages 7-10
3:30PM-4:30PM - Male & Female Dancers, 11 & up (Bring pointe shoes for those on pointe over 2 years)
Columbia City Ballet Audition Dress Code:Ladies: black leotard, pink tights, hair in slick bun, lip and cheek color with light eye shadowGentlemen: white leotard or plain white tee shirt, black tights and black shoes or black tights with white socks and white shoes
Rehearsals will be held at the Arts Center of Kershaw County on Sundays:
Performance date: November 30th at 7:00 PM
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Friday, October 22, 2021 - 7pm
Saturday October 23, 2021 - 3pm Matinee
Saturday October 23, 2021 - 7pm
Sunday, October 24, 2021 - 3pm Matinee
“DOGS” groupies need to splash a little champagne in their water bowls, as the Arts Center of Kershaw County presents “One Life, Dogs the Musical,” the revised version of the original beloved show, “Dogs the Musical,” created by Playwright Paddy Bell. This new creation, featuring many of the same lovable characters but with deeper and more mature development, offers up dialogue, lyrics and scenarios that may be dog-specific, but it is clear that the actors represent the human as well as the canine – from the purebreds to the mutts.
Anyone who has tried to stay ahead of the pack or keep a leg up on the competition will identify. Those who see their pets as part of the family will relate, and anyone who thinks that dogs seem almost human will have all doubts removed. However, when asked if this show is about dogs or people, playwright Bell answers, “Yes!” She adds, “There are many layers below the surface, as the story parallels man and dog, and draws a very fine and blurry line indeed between hair and fur, hand and paw.”
“One Life” explores the connection between humans and their animals, both the triumphant and tragic conditions. The professional cast of characters provide a variety of hysterically funny moments that will bring laughter, but also intense on-the-edge and desperately poignant situations that will bring tears. In this vein, parents are advised that the show is not appropriate for children under the age of ten.
The three original principals, Director Larry Hembree, Composer Dick Goodwin, and Librettist Bell have spent the past several years collaborating to bring this new show its new life. “It is my hope,” says Bell, “that the ultimate message of acceptance, belonging, and love, is what will be remembered, especially with the new title which reminds us that we only get one chance – one short life.”
While COVID-19 could delay this performance, we are planning according to CDC guidelines for the safety of our patrons, staff, and volunteers.
This year's Christmas story takes place in an airport. It's Christmas Eve and all you want to be is HOME... But you're stranded at the airport. Come join us and be a part of the Christmas magic! We hope you will join us in bringing a little bit of Christmas cheer to the stage!
The Arts Center will follow CDC recommendations for Covid19 protocol for classes/performances.
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