Christmas program by Paradosi Ballet Company Dec. 4, 5 at Carol Edwards Center

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Paradosi Ballet Company, the first professional Christian ballet company in the Pacific Northwest, will bring Commissioned: A Christmas Story, to the Carol Edwards Center on December 4th at 11 a.m. as part of the Generations Woodinville Sunday morning church service, led by Pastor Marc Shaw, and open to the public.

PBC is under the direction of Tennille (DeLancy) Carver.

Carver is a 1995 graduate and valedictorian of Woodinville’s Chrysalis High School.

PBC, true to the name “Generations,”  has extended the program to the 207 students of Woodinville’s Bellevue Christian School’s Mack Elementary at 9 and 10:45 a.m. and a encore performance for  the senior community of Woodinville at 1 p.m., Monday, December 5th, also at Carol Edwards Center.

The senior discount is FREE!

Mrs. Carver danced with the internationally renown Ballet Magnificat! from Jackson, Mississippi where she met Joel Carver who shares the director’s role and plays the part of Joseph in his recreation of the nativity story.

This is a 45-minute Christmas production about Mary and Joseph, and how they were commissioned to be the parents of Christ.

The beautifully orchestrated music includes excerpts from the motion picture soundtrack “Chocolat.”

This is a unique story that brings to life what might have been the history behind the calling placed on Mary and Joseph’s lives.

Commissioned is a one of a kind program that will leave you amazed.

This production includes a cast of 22 dancers/children and actors as well as sets, props and live animals.

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