Grundy County dancers succeed at competition | Morris Daily Herald
For tickets, call 1-800-745-3000 or visit http://www.ticketmaster.com . The show is produced webblog by Feld Entertainment, Inc., producers of Disney On Ice and Disney Live! The 2014-2015 tour of this production, which features characters from the smash hits Sofia the First and Jake and the Never Land Pirates, launched a 100-city national tour earlier this month. The Feld Entertainment mission of providing quality live entertainment experiences that the entire family enjoys starts with Disney Live! because it is often a young fans first theatrical experience, said producer Alana Feld. Children everywhere have fallen in love with Sofia and Jake, and we are thrilled to bring these popular Disney Junior characters back to the stage. In this original storyline, Mickey and Minnie lead the audience on an exciting adventure that will have families rooting for their favorite pirate, Jake, and Disney’s first little girl princess, Sofia. Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure begins with a special interactive pre-show featuring the loveable six-year-old doctor to toys and stuffed animals, Doc McStuffins.
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Jacie Punke, Ashlyns 14-year-old sister, placed second in her individual solo and second in a duet with 17-year-old Karys Olsen of Morris. In addition, she was seventh runner-up in the national competition. She said the most difficult part of the competition is the group dance learned at the event. Having the experience dancing with others is important, she said. When I get to the professional dance world, Ill have this experience. Karys, who was the third runner-up in the senior division nationals, said the competition helps increase her confidence. I sometimes feel like I cant do what other dancers do, Karys said. But to finish in the top three, shows me I can. Another Punke sister, 12-year-old Mara, said combining a family trip with a dance trip was what she favored most. Nine-year-old Michaela Harlan of Marseilles competed for the first time at the national level and said there was nothing better than getting on stage and performing her solo. This is my first time, and I want to compete more, she said.
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