Seton Hill University’s Dance Academy will present “Pixie Dust,” Friday, December 17, at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, December 18, at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 19 at 1 p.m. The dance production will be performed in the William Granger Ryan Theatre, which is located in Seton Hill University’s Performing Arts Center, 100 Harrison Avenue, in Greensburg, Pa. All tickets are $8. Children aged three and under are admitted free. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 724-552-2923.

Dancers ranging from ages 5-18 will perform dance styles including classical ballet, pointe, tap and contemporary jazz and modern.

“Pixie Dust” is choreographed by Seton Hill University Community Arts dance instructors Lori Incardona and Nicholas Falcone. Cathy Campbell of Greensburg, Pa. designed the set. Seton Hill University technical staff for the production includes TaMara Swank, assistant professor of theatre, and Ken Clothier, assistant professor, theatre, sound designer and lighting designer.

Performing in “Pixie Dust” will be: Rosie Antimarino of Greensburg, Stella Antimarino of Greensburg, Corinne Bringe of Jeannette, Ella Bringe of Jeannette, Lauren Cammerata of Latrobe, Emily Campbell of Greensburg, Giona Ciacco of Greensburg, Lindsey Cole of Greensburg, Tori Czarnecki of Greensburg, Isabella DeRubeis of Greensburg, Chelsea Dezelan of Harrison City, Brook Ferace of Greensburg, Camille Ferace of Greensburg, Caelyn Fournier of Greensburg, Abbey Gillingham of Greensburg, Caitlin Greene of Irwin, DeLaney Greene of Irwin, Natalie Hartung of Jeannette, Sophia Hoch of Greensburg, Caroline Kettering of Greensburg, Julia Kratzenberg of Greensburg, Mara LeJeune of Greensburg, Emily Lentz of Madison, Sarah Liberatore of Greensburg, Heather Long of Jeannette, Sarah Maccarelli of Greensburg, Alyssa Mauck of Greensburg, Natalie McAteer of Greensburg, Michaela McFarland of Jeannette, Grace Petnuch of Greensburg, Sarah Petnuch of Greensburg, DeLaney Porterfield of Greensburg, Lydia Queen of Jeannette, Katie Ranker of Jeannette, Natalie Ranker of Jeannette, Gabrielle Rodriguez of Greensburg, Katelyn Ross of Greensburg, Angelina Roy of Greensburg, Jenna Roth of Scottdale, Gabby Sheffler of Greensburg, Olivia Sheffler of Greensburg, Giorgi Smith of Greensburg, Madelyn Smith of Greensburg, BreOnna Springer of Ligonier, Brenna Springer of Ligonier, Zia Stipp of Greensburg, DeLaney Swank of Greensburg, Jamie Tanto of Greensburg, Laura Traczynski of Irwin, Meredith Tropeano of Greensburg, Bella Vanek of Greensburg, Olivia Van Dyke of Jeannette, Regan Wallace of Apollo, Alexis Weaver of Bovard, Hannah Woitkowiak of Irwin and Kayla Wright of Greensburg.

Venue Information: All Seton Hill University Dance Academy performances are held in the William Granger Ryan Theatre in Seton Hill’s new Performing Arts Center, 100 Harrison Avenue, Greensburg, Pa. The Performing Arts Center is accessible and climate-controlled facility. Parking is available in four nearby Greensburg parking areas: the Bell Parking Garage on North Otterman Street (across the street from the Performing Arts Center), the Hellman-Ghrist lot on North Main Street, the Albert Grillo lot on Seton Hill Drive, and the Wib Albright lot off West Otterman Street.

The Seton Hill University Dance Academy is part of the Community Arts Program at Seton Hill University which offers lessons and classes in music and dance for people of all ages. The Dance Academy offers group classes and private lessons in ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, hip-hop and modern, a program for home-schooled students and the Diamonds Competitive Team. The Community Music Program offers private music lessons and ensembles with Seton Hill University faculty members, community instructors, and student instructors. The Community Music Program also coordinates the Youth Honors Band and Winds 'N Jazz in June summer residence camp. For more information on SHUDA, including current tuition and class schedules, please click here.