Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all? Snow White, of course! See the magic unfold in this one-hour family performance of the classic fairytale Snow White set to the music of Eric Satie complete with narration. The simple, curvaceous sketches of all the movement by the silly seven dwarfs are uncannily like the cartoon characters in the Disney film. Next we meet the wicked BAD APPLE who dances her spell around our heroine. This enchanting fantasy stars all of your favorites – Prince Charming, the evil Queen, and of course, Snow White. It's the perfect way to begin a lifelong love of the arts – an event your whole family will remember happily ever after.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 2013
2:00 PM & 5:00 PM
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2013
Sottile Theatre at the College of Charleston
Sotttile Theatre at the
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston SC 29401
Directions from I-26
From I-26 East: Exit at 221-B and turn right onto Meeting Street. Take Meeting Street south 11 blocks to George Street, and turn right onto George Street. Cross King Street and the theatre's main entrance will be on your right about half a block down.
Three parking garages are located near the Sottile Theatre:
St. Phillip Garage - on St. Philip Street between Calhoun and Vanderhorst Streets
George Street Garage - on St. Philip Street between George and Liberty Streets
Wentworth Garage - at the intersection of Wentworth and St. Philip Street.
April 2007- June 30, 2012
by Scott Nilsson
should be credited
© Keiko Guest Photography; Scott Nilsson, Photographer
For the past 25 years, Charleston Ballet Theatre (CBT) has endeared the Lowcountry to this ultimate art form, earning prominence for its exceptional performances and accolades for its devotion to teaching the next generation of performers. As a pillar of Charleston’s art scene, CBT has ensured the rich cultural diversity we enjoy. For more than two decades, Charleston Ballet Theatre has brought the grace, beauty and elegance of ballet to over one million audience members. We have produced over 44 works of art through dance, and touched the lives of more than 66,000 children in the Lowcountry though our performances, dance education programs and outreach in the public school system
A core component of the Charleston Ballet Theatre mission is making the language of dance accessible to all people. With the continuation of the CBT Children’s Series, CBT hopes to inspire and educate the youth of Charleston through its unique and exciting ballets specifically created for children and their families. The CBT Children’s Series continues to ensure that children of all ages, households and socio-economic backgrounds have the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of artistic and cultural programs that enrich their lives.