■ Tickets… Details… Choices… Performances Added!
We hope we’ve made purchasing tickets to BEAUTY & THE BEAST easier than ever. You now have choices! Enjoy the convenience of ordering tickets online…or purchase your tickets in advance from the studio and save!
Buy Tickets At The Studio
$7 Senior & Youth ages 13-18
$5 Child ages 6-12
Little ones age 5 and under FREE
Address: 4055 Grass Valley Highway, Auburn, CA 95602
»Directions to In Sync Dance Studio
New in 2014… We Charge More… For Tickets At The Door…
(Available First Come, First Served… Bear River venue only)
$8 Senior & Youth ages 13-18
$6 Child ages 6-12
Little ones age 5 and under are still FREE
PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES & LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Saturday, April 12: 2:00 Matinee & 7:00 Evening
Sunday, April 13: 2:00 Matinee
Venue: Performing Arts Theater
Location: Bear River High School
Address: 11130 Magnolia Road (Off Combie, near Lake Of The Pines)
»Directions to Bear River Performing Arts Center
Saturday, April 26: 2:00 Matinee & 7:00 Evening
Venue: Center For The Arts
Location: 314 W. Main Street, Grass Valley
»Directions to Center For The Arts, Grass Valley
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»Buy Tickets Online Click here to purchase tickets for these additional performances.
■ It’s Happening At In Sync Dance!
Beginning our 19th year as a dance academy and preparing our 17th ballet for the stage this coming April, plus proudly serving the communities of the greater Placer County area as a Non-Profit Organization with a focus on children and families in need, In Sync Dance and The Kids Helping Kids Foundation together in partnership have built a strong and dedicated group of young volunteers who serve in their communities without reservation. It takes the better part of a year for approximately 120 performers to prepare for the annual spring ballet achieved through weekly dance classes and rehearsals. During that process students are at the same time behind the scenes pouring their hearts and souls into KHKF volunteer work. Performing at a dozen or more local and regional community events annually, bringing dance into senior care facilities, organizing food and coat drives, pulling together large-scale parking lot sales to raise funds to replace children’s items lost in home fires, and selling hundreds of bags of mandarins annually are just a few examples of students rolling up their sleeves and digging in to make a difference.
As we inch our way toward opening night, the smiles you will see on stage are not just about the fun students have as dancers at In Sync. The smiles also reflect the satisfaction and good feeling that are experienced as Foundation volunteers, and knowing they’ve helped a child or family in need right in their own communities.