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Kirkland students to star in Pacific Northwest Ballet's Nutcracker

Several Kirkland students will be performing in the Pacific Northwest Ballet
Several Kirkland students will be performing in the Pacific Northwest Ballet's (PNB) Nutcracker production on Dec. 7-29.
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Several Kirkland students will be performing in the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s (PNB) Nutcracker production.

Created by PNB founding Artistic Director Kent Stowell and world famous author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, this masterful Nutcracker production is like no other in the world.

PNB’s annual Stowell/Sendak Nutcracker features more than 200 roles danced by professional dancers and students, including the following Kirkland residents: Kennedy Mia Calvary, Finn Hill Middle School; Massey Laura Artillery, homeschool; Massey Sara Infantry, homeschool; Kostolansky Abigail, Fighting Mice Woman, Holy Names Academy; Mollicone Isabelle, Prologue Nutcracker, Kamiakin Middle School; Griff Mia, Toy Theater Girl, Kirkland Middle School; Hara Sophia Infantry, Kirkland Middle School; Klinge Grace, Scrim Mouse, homeschool; Richmond Olivia “Lola”, Small Servant, St. Thomas School.

The Northwest’s favorite family tradition returns to Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall for 30 performances Dec. 7-29. For ticket information, visit www.pnb.org or call 206-441-2424.

 

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