The Atlantic City Ballet
The Nutcracker
EDUCATION SHOW
Friday
December 9
10:30 am
Tickets: $11. Please call (609) 652•9000 (For School Groups and Home Schooled Children Only)
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Celebrate a long cherished tradition of wondrous holiday performances from the Atlantic City Ballet’s “The Nutcracker!” Back for it’s 34th year, the Atlantic City Ballet will present its production of The Nutcracker. This beloved ballet tells the story of a little girl named Clara who is given a magical nutcracker doll on Christmas Eve. Embarking on a wondrous journey through the Kingdom of Snow and the Land of Sweets, Clara encounters many unforgettable and timeless characters. Young and old alike will experience the magic of . . .

Franklin Institute
How to Build a Storm
Tuesday • February 7 • 10:30 am
Wednesday • February 8 • 10:30 am

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE ADDED!! Wednesday • February 8 • 10:30 am • FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call (609) 652•9000 (For School Groups and Home Schooled Children Only)
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Lightning, twisters and hail—oh my! This dynamic show reveals the science of weather—to the extreme. Where does our weather come from, and what factors make it a sunny day or a blustery one? We’ll make a cloud, explore thunder and lightning, and even create snow. We promise a stormy ending to this show as we demonstrate the power of a tornado! Appropriate for Grades 5-8 | Curriculum link: Water Cycle, Thermodynamics, Air Masses, and Fronts | Study Guide Available

The Bay-Atlantic Symphony
Education Concert
Tuesday
May 9
10:30 am
FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call 609.652.9000 (For School Groups and Home Schooled Children Only)
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Folklore is the watchword for this colorful panoply of dance and melody. Superstar violinist Luosha Fang (Curtis), joins the Bay-Atlantic Symphony for Prokofiev’s treacherous Second Concerto ending in a diabolically warped witch’s dance. Just as fiery is the conclusion to Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony, featuring a scorpion-stung tarantella. Woven amongst the adrenaline are some of the most haunting melodies from any continent. Glinka—Kamarinskaya; Fantasy for Orchestra on Two Russian Folksongs Prokofiev —Violin Concerto No. 2 Luosha Fang ~Intermission~ Mendelssohn—Symphony No. 4, . . .