A sleeping Snow White captures some attention at a rehearsal last week by Littleton Youth Ballet. Performances will be Sept. 16-17 at Lone Tree Arts Center. See more on page 15.
Snow White, to be presented by the Littleton Youth Ballet with the Littleton Ballet Academy Sept. 16-17 at Lone Tree Arts Center, will feature entry-level dancers, ages 8-18, with guest performers from the Colorado Ballet—a plumb of a production, even with a poisoned apple on hand. Primary rehearsals are taking place at Littleton Ballet Academy. Photos by Stefan Krusze
Littleton Ballet Academy co-founders/artistic directors Alison Jaramillo and Bobbi Jaramillo give pointers.
Standing en pointe in toe shoes is Jena Armstrong
Snow White (aka Madeline Ryner) takes a stance.
A sleeping Snow White.
Colorado Ballet dancer Bryce Lee and Littleton Youth Ballet’s Madeline Ryner and Lauren Vogel join Littleton Ballet Academy’s co-founder and Artistic Director Bobbi Jaramillo.
Snow White (aka Madeline Ryner of the Littleton Youth Ballet) takes a spin with Prince Charming of the Colorado Ballet.
A fond farewell.
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