Amahl & the Night Visitors

Join Moving Light Dancers and many others for a production that includes many artists and neighbors, Amahl and the Night Visitors. Lily Meyer dances the role of Amahl and Christine Harris dances as the Mother with the giant three king puppets! Bridget and Natalie Wheeler dance a beautiful duet as the Village Dancers all with the Montpelier Chamber Orchestra and Singers!!!

Musicians, Singers, Puppeteers and Dancers of our community join together to bring you this story of despair, hope, forgiveness and miracles!
A feast for your spirit. ❤️

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Christine Harris grew up dancing in NYC at the Staten Island Ballet and Martha Graham School. She earned a BFA from SUNY Purchase Dance Conservatory. During her studies at Purchase Christine came to Vermont one March with her composition teacher Tarin Chaplin for a weekend of outdoor site specific choreography. She created a dance on a clear cut hillside on a farm in Worcester. This experience was by far one of the most inspiring as well as healing. Moving Light Dance Company, now based in Montpelier, is a collaboration between local artists and students of the school. The company presents the original Green Mountain Nutcracker, a traditional Nutcracker story with a made in Vermont twist, as well as a new spring work annually at the Barre Opera House. Christine has choreographed and performed for many local community events such as Traces, All Species Day, Celebrate the Winooski, Enchanted Forest, Ice on Fire, First Night, 350 Vermont Climate Change Cabaret and the Celebration of the Earth Charter at Shelburne Farms. She most recently has presented part of a larger dance project at the Winter Dance Gala with the Vermont Dance Alliance. Christine teaches creative movement, pre-ballet, ballet and modern classes. Her students have gone on to attend programs at schools such as Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Joffery Ballet, ABT, Nutmeg Constervatory, Burklyn and Chicago Ballet.


January 4–5, 2020


$25 - $10


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Published December 30, 2019