A SEASON OF CELEBRATION
SOUNDS OF THE SEASON
Ahh, time for your favorite holiday shows and music.
Theaters across the Treasure Coast are back in full force
with more holiday offerings than ever. Ballet Vero Beach is
presenting its version of The Nutcracker on the Indian River
adapted to place part of it at the Indian River Lagoon. See
the delicate and beautiful Swan Lake presented by the State
Ballet Theatre of the Ukraine at the Sunrise Theatre in Fort
Pierce. The Lyric Theatre in Stuart has several Nutcrackers
presented by local dance companies. The Lyric is also offering
A Christmas Carol with Scrooge. The Messiah will be sung by
Treasure Coast Community Singers at Trinity United Methodist
Church in Jensen Beach on Nov. 19.
The Treasure Coast Community Singers provides a seasonal
treat with its four-day Holiday Spectacular at St. Mary’s
Episcopal Church in Stuart. Featuring popular holiday music,
the singers will bring the right spirit to audiences on Thursday,
Dec. 8, and Friday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m., and Saturday and
Sunday, Dec. 10 and 11, at 3 p.m.
College students perform Holiday Kaleidoscope in Concert at
the McAlpin Fine Arts Center on the Indian River State College
campus in Fort Pierce on Dec. 3 and 4.
Have you seen Star of Wonder at the Hallstrom Planetarium?
It’s the 30th anniversary of this starry show that has
become a tradition. The script was written by planetarium
director Jon U. Bell and it’s a treat to behold.
PSL GOES FESTIVE
If you love the magic of the Polar Express movie, you have
a chance to see it on Friday, Dec. 9, at the MIDFLORIDA
BALLET VERO BEACH
Clara falls asleep at the start of The Nutcracker on the Indian River, danced
by Ballet Vero Beach this holiday season.