Mitten set to fit like a glove this weekend

February 19, 2014 by  

The Mitten is a ballet stage performance presented by one of the Stages Theatre Companies, which is a performance is in celebration of the company’s 30th season and was written by Jan Brett. Poster printing, brochure printing, and other printing services might have been used to spread the word about the exciting return of The Mitten to people in this area and this community.

The Mitten is a story about Nick, who drops his favorite white mitten in the snow and does not realize it has fallen. After dropping it, woodland animals find it, and crawl in to keep warm. The animals include a rabbit, an extremely curious mole, an old badger, and many others that are bigger than the last one to visit the mitten.

Lastly, a large brown bear is followed into the mitten by a small brown mouse, and the end result is comical and will have the audience laughing until they cry tears of joy. All the animals have their own personality and the production is a joy to watch.

Tickets for this production range between $10 and $14 per person. The Mitten will be on stage Saturday, February 22, at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm at the Richard G. Hardy Performing Arts Center located at 430 Northwest 8th Avenue in Cambridge, Minnesota, a short drive from Princeton. To purchase tickets or learn more about this performance, please visit the Richard G. Hardy Performing Arts Center website or call the box office at 763-689-6189.

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