Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet Presents "Miss Spider’s Tea Party" at Akron Civic Theatre on March 16 or 17 ($18 Value)

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Children’s story of a lonely and misunderstood spider springs to life with bright costumes and original choreography at a historic theater

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Children's theater is a great way to gently introduce kids to theater before they realize that most plays are just about sad guys talking. Get kid-friendly kicks with this GrouponLive deal to see Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet present Miss Spider’s Tea Party at Akron Civic Theatre. For $9, you get one ticket for orchestra-level seating (an $18 value). Choose from the following showtimes:

  • Saturday, March 16, at 2:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, March 17, at 2:30 p.m.

Doors open one hour before showtime.

The Show

Based on David Kirk’s children’s book of the same name, Miss Spider’s Tea Party springs to life on the stage of Akron Civic Theatre, weaving the tale of a lonely spider who just wants to have company over for tea. Sprightly dancers in pastel costumes morph into the butterflies, bees, moths, and ants that are initially afraid of Miss Spider’s sinister-seeming web and numerous legs until they get to know her and her gentle spirit. The performance’s dances owe their leaps, twirls, and hokey pokeys to choreographer James Sewell, who also composed the score.

The Company

More than 40 dancers aged 8–18 make up the Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet, a nonprofit pre-professional dance company founded in 1975. Although they stage only two main shows in March and December, they perform throughout the year at holiday celebrations, local events, and international festivals.

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