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Thank you for supporting theater dancers | Kitsap Week

Codey Poole and Olivia Nelsen portrayed Prince and Aurora in ‘Sleeping Beauty.’  - Dance Arts Theatre
Codey Poole and Olivia Nelsen portrayed Prince and Aurora in ‘Sleeping Beauty.’
— image credit: Dance Arts Theatre

Dear Kitsap Week,
Dance Arts Theatre would like to thank the community and all involved in our production of “Sleeping Beauty” for supporting our dancers. The weekend performances were a great success — beautiful and enjoyed by all.

Irene Miller, artistic director of Dance Arts Theatre, is owner and director of Irene’s School of Dance in Silverdale.

Dance Arts Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the community through the dance arts. Dancers in the company range in age from 10 to 22 years old.

Approximately 65 company dancers and extras were in the production.

Dance Arts Theatre


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