Sixteen young people from Redmond in Pacific Northwest Ballet's 'Nutcracker'
October 15, 2010 · 1:12 PM
Sixteen young people from Redmond will be featured in this year's Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) production of "Nutcracker, running Nov. 26-Dec. 27 at Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, 305 Harrison St., Seattle.
Now in its 27th season, this collaboration between PNB founding artistic director and choreographer Kent Stowall, and renowned children's book author Maurice Sendak, PNB's "Nutcracker" has become a holiday tradition for many families in the Seattle area.
The performers from Redmond include:
• Anika Amdahl, Horace Mann Elementary, grade 3
• Tahlia Edgar-Chalker, Jewish Day School, grade 6
• Jasmine Forrest, Redmond Elementary, grade 4
• Berit Godo, Kamaikin Junior High, grade 7
• Courtney Lee, Ben Franklin Elementary, grade 6
• Grace Mahan, Redmond Junior High, grade 8
• Alexandra Moskalenko, Audubon Elementary, grade 5
• Emily Pan, Eton School, grade 4
• Victoria Pearson, Homeschool, grade 2
• Isobel Pearson, IQ Academy, grade 7
• Carola Sacchi, St. Louise, grade 6
• Bella Steedly, Einstein Elementary, grade 2
• Yumina Takamatsu, Ben Rush Elementary, grade 5
• Clara Wallace, Fall City Elementary, grade 5
• Hailey Weeks, Ben Rush Elementary, grade 3
• Catherine Zhong, Horace Mann Elementary, grade 4
For more information about PNB's "Nutcracker," call the box office at (206) 441-2424 or visit http://www.pnb.org/Season/10-11/Nutcracker/