Come see the show called “Riverdance meets The Nutcracker” on December 7
The Irish Dance Theatre will bring a unique blend of traditional Irish dancing and holiday theatrics with The Celtic Gift: A Holiday Fairytale to the Cheyenne Civic Center on Saturday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale now at the Cheyenne Civic Center Box Office (510 West 20th Street, Cheyenne), by phone (307-637-6363) or online at CheyenneEvents.org. Ticket prices range between $20-$40. Tickets are 10% off for seniors, students, children, military and VIP with promo code IDTVIP.
About the Show:
Described as "Riverdance meets the Nutcracker," this must-see show features world class Irish Dancing and tells a holiday fairytale the whole family can enjoy.
“This performance is a showcase of dazzling Irish Dance and beautiful holiday favorites with a Celtic twist!” says Irish Dance Theatre Co-Founder Martin Percival. “Irish Dance is an art form steeped in tradition that deserves to be preserved and continued. While many are familiar with Riverdance or Lord of the Dance, with this show our mission is to continue to expand the art form and introduce it to new audiences of all ages.”
The Celtic Gift is Irish Dance Theatre's 4th annual holiday production and brings together premier Irish dancers from all across the world for a one-of-a-kind performance. The show runs less than two hours, including intermission. The show is co-directed by Martin Percival, a former dancer with Riverdance, Dancing on Dangerous Ground and principal dancer with Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, and Ciara Sexton, a five-time World & All-Ireland Champion that has starred as lead dancer in Riverdance, Heartbeat of Home and in both Lord of the Dance and Lord of the Dance 3D.
“This is a unique opportunity to experience Irish dance at the highest level,” says Sexton. “We’re the only nonprofit dedicated to Irish dance in North America, which means we attract dancers of the highest caliber to captivate audiences this holiday season. It’s a night the whole family will enjoy, and we can’t wait for audiences to experience the beauty and magic of Irish dance.”