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Ballet Kelowna’s Boundless coming to FSJ
FORT ST. JOHN – Scenes from a re-imagined Romeo and Juliet and Johnny Cash’s Folsom Prison concert will come alive for one evening at the North Peace Cultural Centre (NPCC) during Ballet Kelowna’s program Boundless on Friday, Feb.19 at 7:30 p.m.
According to the press release, the performance will focus on the passion of youth and love by merging music and dance through timeless scenes from famous stories. The performance will also include the world premier of “Now, What, Like, When – a commissioned piece made specifically for Ballet Kelowna.
Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for students and seniors and $20 children and can be purchased online at tickets.npcc.bc.ca, 250-785-1992 or balletkelowna.ca