The Littlest Angel is a classic Christmas book about a mischievous little angel that doesn’t quite fit in with the heavenly surroundings. It’s a timeless tale of redemption, hope, and the Christmas Spirit. Don’t miss your chance to see the story come alive in a full-length ballet and modern dance performance from The Academy of Dance Arts. Littlest Angel is a holiday tradition you can’t miss!
A Performance of the Littlest Angel
The Academy of Dance Arts, Integrity Ensemble will present this family-friendly dance performance of Littlest Angel on December 10 and 11 at 2 pm at the Schrott Center for the Arts on Butler University’s Campus. Mark your calendar for this spectacular show—it’s sure to become your annual holiday tradition!
Experience how the angels prepared gifts for the first Christmas as the mischievous Littlest Angel struggles to find her place in heaven. Through missing her treasures from home, we discover how they become the brightest gift of all. What gift would you bring?
Integrity Ensemble, the Academy of Dance Arts performance group, will be joined by select Young Dancers to bring this sweet story to life on stage with exquisite costumes, lighting, and beautiful music. You will definitely want to make this an annual Christmas-time event for your whole family!
Tickets to the Littlest Angel
Tickets are $31, $26, and $21, plus fees and you can also purchase tickets through the Clowes Memorial Hall Box Office.
About Academy of Dance Arts
Academy of Dance Arts believes dance is a performance art and knows every dancer has something unique to offer. Our teachers have either danced professionally, are currently dancing professionally, have a college degree in dance or have been through our teacher mentoring program. The higher the level of class the more experienced the teacher. ADA wants to create a supportive and encouraging environment without competition and offers multiple performing opportunities throughout each year.
Academy of Dance Arts was founded in 1999 by Sue Van Voorhis and is now under the ownership of Rebecca Jones. Rebecca has a BFA from Butler University and danced professionally with Dane Kaleidoscope. She was trained by members of the Martha Graham Company who worked directly with Martha Graham herself and is passing down her joy of dance to the next generation. ADA’s mission statement is “Instilling the joy of dance with professional teachers in a non-competitive environment”.
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