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Preparations for Pollinator’s Parade

Costume fitting for the pollinators; bee, bat, butterflies and moth

Classes have been a bit different since the beginning of the year, in addition to working on their technical exercises, Movement Arts Atlanta (MAA) students have been hard at work learning choreography which will be put together to make the ballet, Pollinator’s Parade. Extra exciting are the days that include costume fittings.

As is tradition, Movement Arts Atlanta will present an Annual Student Recital. For 2023, Pollinator’s Parade will be presented on Saturday, May 20, 2023 at 3:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall of Inman Park Church, 1015 Edgewood Avenue NE, Atlanta, Georgia. The performance will present a story ballet by the same name, a modern work and be followed by a reception for guests and dancers. Admission is free and the public is welcome. The performance will last for 30 minuets and is appropriate for all ages.

The ballet includes wonderful characters such as Mother Nature, the Gardeners, Flowers, a Bat, Butterflies, a Moth, a Bee and a Hummingbird. It is set to the music of American composer Stephen Foster (1826-1864) who is best know for his popular songs: I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair, Oh Suzanna, The Old Folks at Home, Camp Town Races and Beautiful Dreamer. The story line includes the arrival of Spring and Mother Nature needing help to get thing to full bloom.





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