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Santa at Twist & Shout Christmas Concert

It's a wonderful Christmastime! That's the theme of this year's Twist & Shout Christmas Concert. Heather Hunt, the show's director and Mrs. Claus were college roommates, so Miss Heather called Mrs. Claus and the deal was done. Santa Claus will be at this year's Christmas Concert in Spanish Fork, Utah!

TWO NIGHTS -- TWO SHOWS filled with song and dance dedicated to Christmas.

COST: Free!

December 14, 2012 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
December 15, 2012 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

American Leadership Academy
898 West 1100 South
Spanish Fork, UT

with Special Guests

Ryann Race of So You Think You Can Dance, Season 4
Island Dolls (world renowned dance troupe)

The Twist & Shout gang has prepared an amazing Christmas concert for you, the best they've put on yet. Art Director, Heather Hunt, is at her best this year as is every member of the group. From the adorable 3 to 6-year-old boys, to the men and women, each group has prepared wonderful numbers celebrating the Christmas season.

Ryann Race is a frequent guest performer of Twist & Shout concerts. He and Heather go back a long way, and he is a favorite with Twist & Shout audiences. His popping and locking amaze everyone from the youngest to the oldest audience members.

Island Dolls was created by reknowned choreographer Ammon Kai Kamai and run by Tahitian Master, Merehau Teragahau Kamai. Island Dolls perform in various events sharing the Polynesian culture as well as their modern twist to the Tahitian culture. They've graced stages from Las Vegas to Radio City Hall, from Tokyo to London.. They've toured with MTV and pop stars, and are delighted to be joining Twist & Shout for their Christmas celebration.

And now Santa will be there as well. The concert is free, so bring all your family and friends and enjoy the song, dance and laughter. And then, if you so desire, you may have your picture taken with the "Real Santa."

Contact Mrs. Claus by emailing her, or calling her at 801-473-5232.

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