Halloween Spooktacular Benefit at MMAC

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This Sunday, Manhattan Movement & Arts Center presents two Halloween-themed benefit shows hosted by Matthew A. Wilson, Rachel Covey, and Christina Bianco, to raise money for the Manhattan Youth Ballet. Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun! is a kid-friendly shows and Things That Go Bump in the Night is for adults.

These Halloween-inspired shows combine the flavor of the season with aerial and circus acts of wonder, all while supporting the work of the Manhattan Youth Ballet. The MYB academy is grounded in the French classical tradition, encouraging the development of outstanding technique and artistry. As a not-for-profit arts organization, the Manhattan Youth Ballet also helps to inspire a love of dance through outreach in the New York City Public Schools.

The day kicks off with two 30-minute kid-friendly performances of Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun! the first at 3:30pm (ages 2 and up) with host Matthew A. Wilson and the second at 4:30pm with host Rachel Covey (ages 5 and up), along with a haunted open house of Halloween games and activities from 4 - 4:30pm (all ages).

Adults will be treated to an evening events begin with a Halloween Happy Hour from 6 - 7pm, followed by a performance of Things That Go Bump in the Night at 7pm, featuring aerial circus acts and contemporary dance with host Christina Bianco (ages 18 and up). Participants are encouraged to arrive in costume.

Manhattan Movement & Arts Center presents the Halloween Spooktacular Benefit

Sunday, October 24, 2010

GHOULS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN! (FOR KIDS: Two Shows 3:30 and 4;30 )

Tickets are $15 for adults/$10 for kids, which include one 30 minute show and the open house. 


Tickets for the evening performance are $20 

Visiting www.manhattanmovement.com/calendar/ for all tickets

For more information about MMAC, visit www.manhattanmovement.com

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