In Sync Dance News & Events

■ The Nutcracker Drawing

Thank you for participating in our gift drawing. All proceeds benefit our Kids Helping Kids Foundation and the work we do for children and families in need in the greater Auburn area. Congratulations to the following ticket holders!

182632 – One year of Free Tuition at In Sync Dance of Auburn!
871064 – 4 Tickets to each of our three 2015 Productions

Contact Kevin Krick at the In Sync Dance Studio to claim your gift.
Phone: 530.823.6782
Email: insyncdance@juno.com

■ Thank you For Purchasing Tickets To The 2014 Nutcracker Ballet!

We hope you enjoyed our production of The Nutcracker Ballet as much as we enjoyed bringing it to the stage for you! The studio will be closed for the holiday break. Classes will resume Monday, January 5, 2015. Please continue to enjoy the images on our message board. This is the spot to revisit often for announcements and news updates.

The Nutcracker Ballet!Magic, Fantasy and Beauty?At the stroke of midnight?Presented by In Sync Dance of AuburnFull-length Ballet With Original ChoreographyDon't Miss This Show!Tickets Now On Sale!Sweet Dreams!

■ More About The Nutcracker Ballet

All performances at In Sync Dance are brought to you by our Company Dancers and students who attend our academy. Our productions are in partnership with The Kids Helping Kids Foundation, and open to all students. For information about our program, and all Press inquiries, please contact us at 530.823.6782 …or email insyncdance@juno.com.

To learn more about this year’s production of The Nutcracker and view promotional images, plus view other past performances, visit: »Past Performances

■ Coming in 2015!

  • SPRINGTIME IN THE FOOTHILLS…Our annual showcase of talent opens March 14-15, 2015! Read more: »Upcoming Performances
  • MARY POPPINS…In Sync Dance of Auburn is honored to bring the story of Mary Poppins to the stage June 13-14, 2015. The endearing English nanny with all the answers first appeared in 1926 in a series of short stories already underway by P.L. Travers. The introduction of this character to the storyline resulted in a surge of interest in the series, and, by 1934, Miss Travers, who had the character fully developed in her mind, refocused the plot to revolve entirely around her fictional English Nanny. The short series was expanded and developed into several full length books. In 1964, Disney became interested in the character and produced a film with Julie Andrews cast in the title role. Mary Poppins became known in every household across America and around the world. Years later now, the English Nanny who measures up to be practically perfect in every way still delights audiences of all ages. A musical miniseries was released in the 1980’s, a stage musical opened on Broadway in 2004, she was part of the opening ceremonies at the 2012 Olympics in London, and, most recently in 2013, a spin off film called “Saving Mr. Banks” was released. Nearly 90 years after she was first introduced, this fictional character remains timeless as audiences of all ages are still drawn into the fantasy world of Mary Poppins and her perfect solutions for practically everything.

    Join In Sync Dance at the Bear River Performing Arts Theater this June as they bring the story of Mary Poppins to life on stage through the art of dance with all original choreography under the direction of Head Mistress Jessie Krick.

    For ticket information, Press inquiries, and maps to next season’s events, visit: »Upcoming Performances

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    ■ Lights, Camera… Action!

    Yes! There is an easy button and In Sync Dance of Auburn is making it available for you coming in 2015. Now announcing the arrival of “In Sync Dance, The Movie!” where students, parents and families of In Sync Dance and The Kids Helping Kids Foundation answer all your questions. It’s behind the scenes… it’s uncensored… it’s everything you want to know at the click of a button! Join us in the count down to the premiere.

    Coming soon!