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Wiggle comes to Kelowna

Creator’s Arts Centre present a multi-discipline performance of Wiggle.

The show is a delightful story about a unique little girl named Wenda who is always dancing and wiggling with joy. But when her dancing disturbs the gloomy town folk they take away all the music to stop the wiggling.

To everyone's surprise, Wenda learns in the silence that joy and the arts come from a place far beyond the music.

This inspiring little tale reminds us of the value of our unique personalities and the power that dance and the arts have to uplift a whole community.

Wiggle plays May 26 at the Kelowna Community Theatre

Tickets are available from selectyourtickets.com or at the Prospera Place ticket outlet. Prices are $18 for adults and $14 for children 12 and under.

Creator's Arts Centre is a non-profit performing arts school that has been teaching dance and drama in the Okanagan  for 17 years. This unique shows blends dance, drama and visual arts into one high-energy, family friendly show designed to inspire, entertain and uplift.

For more information about Creator’s Arts Centre, and all that they do please visit www.creatorsarts.com.

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