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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Ballet

San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet's production of "Snow White" on November 15 and 16 will feature choreography by Samantha Dunster, Hartt School Community Division Dance Department Head, and live music composed by Kermit Poling, Music Director of both the South Arkansas Symphony and Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet. The production will be accompanied by members of the Mid-Texas Symphony. Lead roles of Snow White and Prince Charming will be danced by senior company member Samantha Ayala and Matthew Morley, guest artist from Arkansas Festival Ballet. SA Met Ballet's 17-member company, local guest dancers and 34 extra student dancers will complete the cast. Replete with romance, comedy and magic, this fairytale ballet is guaranteed to entertain all ages.

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