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Scary good fun this weekend at the Grand Rapids Ballet

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Grand Rapids Ballet School Junior Company’s production titled Halloween Spooktacular is a wonderful way to spend a weekend with the kids.

Performance Dates and Tickets

Friday, October 24- 7:30pm

Saturday, October 25- 2:00pm

Saturday, October 25- 7:30pm

Sunday, October 26- 2:00pm

Peter Martin Wege Theatre- 341 Ellsworth SW

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ballet Box Office M-F 9am-5pm, or (616) 454-4771, or at 

Witches, mummies, tricks and treats- a hauntingly good time awaits at this special Halloween ballet performed by Grand Rapids Ballet School’s (GRBS) Junior Company featuring choreography by Attila Mosolygo.

On Halloween night, a young boy’s only wish is to trick or treat with his older sister. When she refuses to let him tag along with her friends, he embarks on a mischievous plan to get their Halloween candy. Follow the Halloween adventure with appearances by skeletons, Martians, Frankenstein, and even the Addams’ Family! Children and parents are strongly encouraged to dress up and share in the fun!

“Halloween is the one night a year where kids of all ages can make believe.” said Attila Mosolygo, GRBS Junior Company Artistic Director. “Spooktacular is an adventure filled Halloween treat that creates an entertaining atmosphere the whole family will enjoy.”

Halloween Spooktacular runs October 24 through October 26 at the Peter Martin Wege Theatre. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for children 12 and under, and $13 for Seniors 60 and up. You can purchase at the Grand Rapids Ballet Box Office or by Ticketmaster. For more information, including seating availability call 616-454-4771. 

Disclosure: Article Written by Grand Rapids Ballet

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