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This year’s version of Thumbelina features more characters, flashier costumes and a more complete story, Petzel said. “This is the first time it’ll be in a big theater, so we’re really excited,” she said. There are about 50 dancers performing in the show, ranging from 5-year-old dancers playing ladybugs to high school students. Two guest artists from Ballet San Jose will portray the snowstorm ballet slippers in bulk. Shannon Bynum and Damir Emric also performed in the academy’s spring performance last year..
Thumbelina is based on the beloved story by Hans Christian Anderson, but “we put our own ballet twist on it,” Petzel said. This story features a colorful cast of characters including a swallow, the butterfly queen, a woodland fairy, a toad, a goldfish, butterflies and ladybugs ballet slippers in bulk. At one point, Thumbelina gets lost in a big winter storm and a friendly mole helps her out. “In the original story, the mole isn’t a bad guy, but Thumbelina doesn’t really understand him. We try to make him a little friendlier in our version,” Petzel explained..
Once winter passes, Thumbelina finds her way back to the forest, where she earns her fairy wings and lives happily ever after. The show runs about an hour and fifteen minutes with no intermission ballet slippers in bulk. “We find that’s a good amount of time for young kids to make it through,” Petzel said, adding that the performance is a great opportunity for people to experience ballet for the first time. “You’re not watching a four-hour ballet. It’s an introduction to the ballet,” she said..
Emily Tieu, 11, plays the role of Thumbelina. She started dancing five years ago at the Academy of Classical Ballet–California ballet slippers in bulk. In Petzel’s original version of Thumbelina four years ago, Emily, who was 6 or 7 years old at the time, played a frog. She is happy but “kind of nervous” to play the title role. “It’s my first big part,” she said. Tieu said she enjoys dancing because she can express her feelings and dance has the benefits of exercise. She thinks those who might want to learn ballet should come to the show to see how fun it can be..
“The story is really fun to watch, and it’s not really boring,” she said. The academy’s older students will perform excerpts from the classical ballet Coppelia before both performances ballet slippers in bulk. The 10 junior high and high school students began studying the history of the ballet as well as its original dancers and choreographers last summer. Petzel said the excerpts will be an opportunity for the students to present what they’ve been studying. Erin Meschke of Campbell is creating several one-of-a-kind costumes for the production..