Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps

Angelina & Alice's Big Night/Angelina and the Gian

Saturday, May 17, 9 a.m. on VPT
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Angelina's Musical Day - Ms. Mimi's class plans to put on a production of Peter and the Wolf in which each character is identified by a series of musical notes played on a student's favorite instrument. When Ms. Mimi arrives at rehearsal with laryngitis, she uses the designated notes to communicate with the mouselings. Vici decides that if it can work for Ms. Mimi, it can work for her! As she attempts to communicate by using a recorder and no words, she ends up showing everyone that friends don't always need words to talk to each other. Angelina's Crazy Solo - Angelina and her friends are putting on a show, and they each have a specific job to do. Angelina is the soloist, Vici is the choreographer, Marco is the set designer, Alice is the stage manager, and Gracie is in charge of props. Angelina thinks everyone should carry out her ideas for the production, but she eventually learns that teamwork makes for the perfect show!

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