Emma Cahalane

Lodi resident Emma Cahalane is a part of the cast of The Nutcracker and will be performing the roles of Louise, Snowflake and Marzipan.

Join Midwest Performing Arts for The Nutcracker and “Experience the magic” presented by its cast of 105 dancers ages 5 to adult from the Waunakee, Madison, Middleton, DeForest, Sun Prairie, Cottage Grove, Dane, Lodi, Verona, and Lake Mills communities.

Lodi resident Emma Cahalane is a part of the cast and will be performing the roles of Louise, Snowflake and Marzipan.

The performances are family-friendly and centered on the youth performers. Professional Guest Artists that will be joining the cast include Inaside Dance Chicago’s Kanyon Elton as the Nutcracker Prince and Giordano Dance Chicago’s Skylar Newcom as the Mouse King and Arabian male lead.

Join Clara, danced by Carrie Komar of Waunakee, on her magical adventure with her Nutcracker Prince. The story Begins on Christmas Eve in the home of the Silberhaus family. All of Clara’s friends attend the party and her Uncle Drosselmeyer brings magical gifts including a toy Nutcracker for Clara. The Nutcracker comes to life and takes Clara on a journey past the exciting and funny battle between the Mice and Toy Soldiers, through the Land of Snow and to the Kingdom of the Sweets. There the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Sugar Fairies, Mother Ginger and the Bon Bons, the Arabian, Chinese, Russian, Marzipan and Waltz of the Flowers all dance for her! A wonderful story ballet for the whole family to enjoy.

Performances are 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Dec. 7 at Waunakee High School Performing Arts Center, 301 Community Dr., Waunakee. Tickets are $16 for children 12 and under and $23 for adults. They are on sale now at Midwest Performing Arts website www.mpadance.com.

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