Frosty Follies at Trenton Village Theatre

The talented youth of the Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center engage the audience in a holiday performance – and a special appearance from Santa.

Start the Christmas season with some holiday happiness! Come out to support and enjoy the talented performers of the Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center in their holiday show Frosty Follies: Winter Wonderland! playing Dec. 18-19, 2015.

This special show will be fun for the whole family, celebrating the most wonderful time of the year. Frosty Follies, directed by Mary Zaleski, is a Christmas variety show that will incorporate dance styles like hip-hop, tap, jazz and more. There will be penguins, fairies and elves, to boot!

This performance is guaranteed to fill you with smiles and great joy.

Sit back in a comfortable seat and enjoy the performance of 70-plus talented and hardworking kids ranging from ages 5-7 years old as they engage in song and dance. Enjoy some new and old Christmas songs and an appearance by Santa (he might bring his helpers!). Make sure to bring your camera to get some lasting memories with Santa before he returns to the North Pole.

DYPAC is a nonprofit organization with a goal of developing positive experiences in the arts for young people through theater and creative opportunities.

Catch Frosty Follies: Winter Wonderland! at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18, and 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 at the Trenton Village Theatre. Admission is $10 for reserved “snowflake” and $7 for general. You can purchase your tickets online or call 734-771-7945.

Get all the details you need on the 2015 Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center’s performance of Frosty Follies: Winter Wonderland! in the Metro Parent calendar.

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