Studio 8100 presents ‘Alice’ May 14-15 in Vail
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What: “Alice” presented by Studio 8100.
Where: Vail Mountain School.
When: Saturday, May 13, at 6 p.m. and Sunday, May 14, at 2 p.m.
Cost: Tickets are $28 and available at eventbrite.com or at Studio 8100, located in Traer Creek in Avon.
More information: For more information, call 970-306-3395.
VAIL — Studio 8100 presents its spring production of “Alice” on Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at Vail Mountain School.
Studio 8100’s production of “Alice” will feature various styles of dance including ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop and contemporary. The production tells the stories of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” Before the show begins, and during intermission, there will be a silent auction and bake sale to support Dance Assist, a nonprofit that gives dance scholarships to local dancers and teachers.
All ages are welcome. Tickets are $28 and can be purchased on Eventbrite.com or at Studio 8100, located in Traer Creek Plaza in Avon, Monday through Thursday from 2 to 7 p.m. For more information, call 970-306-3395 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alice will be played by Battle Mountain High School junior Sydney Dietz, who began dancing at the age of 2. She not only has a passion for performing, but teaching dance as well. Sydney has choreographed a few dances for “Alice.”
Tiny Alice will be played by Tatum Jaffe, who is in second grade at Vail Mountain School. Jaffe has been dancing with Studio 8100 for five years and competes at national level dance competitions.
The White Rabbit will be played by Azul Meza, an eighth-grader at Homesteak Peak. She will also be playing the Red Knight. Meza’s favorite style of dance is jazz.
Charli DeGraff will be the Marsh Hare, the Queen of Hearts and the Red King. DeGraff is a sophomore at Vail Christian High School and has been dancing for seven years. DeGraff, while proficient at many styles of dances, excels at hip-hop and break-dancing and teaches classes in that discipline.
Nicole Falk, who will be playing the Mad Hatter and White Queen, has been dancing since the age of 10. She is a junior at Battle Mountain High School. Nicole is responsible for much of the choreography in “Alice.”
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