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The Press Loves “The Little Dancer!

New York Family Magazine Names “The Little Dancer” Ultimate Holiday Family Fun!

There are so many ways to get into the holiday spirit in New York City… Make the most of the holiday season before it’s over with our Ultimate Guide to Family Holiday Fun!

…. Enjoy some holiday dancing with the “The Little Dancer… a holiday family musical,” which will be returning from Philadelphia to New York for its second production at Theatre 71 located at 152 W. 71st Street, right off Broadway on the Upper West Side. Recommended for ages 6 to 106, this musical runs throughout December. Ticket prices are around $34 for most seats.


“The Little Dancer” Musical Theatre Geek Chorus on Good Morning America

Singers from CY’s programs make up the Musical Theatre Geek Chorus in the off-Broadway family musical The Little Dancer. They appeared with CY’s Steven Fisher, who wrote the musical, on ABC’s Good Morning America, December 24, 2018. Chorus member Audim Brokenbough, who started singing with CY’s Find Your Instrument! initiative, talks about how FYI! transformed her life. Proceeds of The Little Dancer benefit FYI!.


BWW Review: Dancing Majesty Takes the Stage in Fisher’s THE LITTLE DANCER

BWW Review: Dancing Majesty Takes the Stage in Fisher's THE LITTLE DANCERThere are very few shows that not only have a beautiful plot and cast to tell of it, but also which leave a person feeling no less than perfect – lighthearted and cheerful, hopeful and with the renewed willingness to be kind…just in time for the holiday season. A show that tells of a graceful ballerina who must strive against hardship to follow her passion, and an artist who must outpace his failing eyesight to see the creation she inspired to take form. A cacophony of beautiful voices swells in the background, an ensemble that helps to portray the majesty of the story being told while lifting our spirits and the hope inside of our hearts.

Steven Fisher‘s The Little Dancer is nothing less than extraordinary. With its pureness does it seep into our very souls to bring the story of a fourteen year-old girl, living in nineteenth-century France, to such heights as to give the audience the courage to expect more of a production – to hope that every show can mimic the quality of what is now being performed at Theatre 71.

Read the entire review on BroadwayWorld.com

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