A Central New York holiday tradition, "The Adventures of Rudolph," celebrates its 32nd anniversary this year.
The Cultural Resources Council of Syracuse and Onondaga County will present this annual holiday family show at the John H. Mulroy Civic Center's Crouse-Hinds Concert Theatre in downtown Syracuse at 11 a.m. Saturday Dec. 11. The production is a narrated ballet performed by the Center of Ballet and Dance Arts in Syracuse.
Tickets range in price from $10 to $19. For more details or to purchase tickets, contact the Syracuse Symphony Box Office at 424-8200. Discounts of $1 per ticket are available with the purchase of four or more tickets. Free parking is available at metered spaces downtown on the day of the show.
The show is a product of the creative team of Deborah Boughton and Vince Tunbiolo. Boughton is the director of the Center of Ballet & Dance Arts in Syracuse. Tunbiolo wrote the original story that Boughton staged to the dynamic music of Prokofiev.
Center of Ballet and Dance Arts students from all over Central New York will be performing as Rudolph, the witch, elves, soldiers, harlequin dolls and more.
For more information, contact CRC at 435-2155, or visit mycnyarts.org or FAN Cultural Resources Council on Facebook.com.