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Spring Break for Kids 2020: Little Red Riding Hood

April 6-10, 2020
Peter Martin Wege Theatre

Doors open at 10:30am
Fun activities in the lobby 10:30-11am
Curtain up at 11am

Spring Break for Kids returns with another 30-minute child-friendly ballet perfect for the whole family! Featuring the apprentices and trainees of Grand Rapids Ballet and choreographed by Grand Rapids Ballet School Junior Company Director, Attila Mosolygo, PNC Bank proudly presents the story of Little Red Riding Hood — a smart, young girl who is always helpful and always ready for an adventure. So when she’s asked to deliver a basket of hot soup and fresh bread to her sick grandmother, she jumps at the chance to set out on an exciting journey. But, despite her mother’s reminder to avoid the dangerous shortcut the through woods, she does just that. There, she crosses paths with a variety of welcoming animals including one, of course, that isn’t so nice. With the help of her new furry friends, will she tame the scary wolf and make it to grandmother’s house safe and sound?

Before the performance, enjoy pre-show lobby activities including costume dress-up, arts and crafts, prize giveaways, photobooth, a Gymco playground, and more.

Little Red Riding Hood, the beloved children’s tale, comes to life April 6-10 at Grand Rapids Ballet’s Spring Break for Kids at Peter Martin Wege Theatre. Tickets are only $7 per person — get yours today!

Presented by

PNC Bank

PNC Bank

Spring Break for Kids 2020: Little Red Riding Hood Tickets


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School & Junior Company Director

Attila was born in Kisvarda, Hungary. He received his early training at the National Ballet Institute in Budapest. After moving to the United States, he joined the Joffrey Ballet School. He has performed as a guest artist with Mobile Ballet, Bravo Dance, Harrisburg Ballet, Ballet Theatre of Chicago and the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago. Attila spent sixteen years as a companydancer and is currently in his sixth season as Ballet Master. As a company dancer, a few of his notable roles include The Prodigal Son in George Balanchine’s Prodigal Son, Max in Septime Webre’s Where The Wild Things Are, Charlie Chaplin in Gordon Peirce Schmidt’s Flickers, Tibalt in Mario Radacovsky’s Romeo and Juliet, and Melancholic in George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments. Attila became the Artistic Director of the Grand Rapids Ballet School’s Junior Company in 2011. Since becoming the Artistic Director, Attila has choreographed Snow White, Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast, Carnival of the Animals and Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes for the Junior Company. He and his wife Mindy have one daughter and one son, Vivian and Cameron.