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Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre presents El Sueno (The Dream) - An Exciting Cultural Holiday Celebration at MCC's Kelsey Theatre

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Experience a unique adaptation of the cherished holiday classic “The Nutcracker” with El Sueño” (The Dream) performed by Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre, NJ’s premiere Spanish Dance and Flamenco company on Friday December 7 at 8:00 pm and Saturday December 8, 2012 at 2:00 and 8:00 pm, at the Kelsey Theatre (Mercer County Community College), located at 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, NJ.  


Back by popular demand for a third year, Gypsy Flamenco and regional dances from Spain and various Latin American cultures, together with live music and Alborada’s widely-acclaimed professional dancers and talented young artists, provide an unforgettable entertainment experience for all ages. Ticket prices are $16 General, $14 for Seniors and $12 for Students/Children. To order tickets, please call the Box Office at (609) 570-3333 or book on-line at www.kelseyatmccc.org.  For more information on the performance, please visit www.AlboradaDance.org, call 848-203-3420, or email AlboradaDance@aol.com


Join Clarita and her family and friends as they celebrate Three Kings Day in a typical plaza where everyone will dance and see the Kings give gifts to all.  When her friends break a matador doll given to her by her aunt, Tia Maria, a chain of events takes place that will transport you and Clarita to magical places.  Experience the fierce battle by our brave matador with the Great Toro King.  When Clarita saves the matador, they are whisked away to the Land of the Majas, where Clarita is rewarded for her bravery with a display of dances from Spain and Latin America – the colorful Verdiales, swirling dances from Mexico and Ecuador, exciting Gypsy Flamenco dances, and much more!   Funded in part by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

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