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Peter and the Wolf


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Tucson, AZ (April 2016) — On Sunday, June 5, 2016 Dancing in the Streets Arizona (DITSAZ) will present our production of Peter and the Wolf and Other Works. this performance will take place at the Temple of Music and Art 330 S. Scott Avenue in Tucson, AZ. Tickets, start at $10 and will be available for purchase online at:

This delightful Russian fairy tale of the heroic Peter, the grumpy grandfather, the brave bird, the argumentative duck, the saucy cat and the “big grey wolf” provides wonderful character work for the young dancers and is a real coming of age piece for young audiences. Sergei Prokofiev was commissioned to write the work in 1936 to cultivate musical taste and appreciation of orchestral music in young children. The charming work, which introduces the instruments of the orchestra to the audience, was completed in just four days. Despite an inauspicious premiere season in May 1936 at the Central Children’s Theatre in Moscow, Peter and the Wolf has been thrilling young audiences for 79 years. Composed in 1936, Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf is, as described by the composer, “a symphonic tale for children.” With ear-catching motifs for each character, it is pleasurable demonstration of how music can tell a story.

Don’t miss the Tucson Premier of the Planets with able body DITSAZ dancers and special guest Madera, a wheelchair dancer.

  • Who: Dancing in the Streets Arizona
  • What: Peter and the Wolf and other works ballet performance
  • When: Sunday, June 5, 2016
  • Where: Temple of Music and Art 330 S. Scott Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701
  • Time: Sunday, June 5, 2016 3:00pm
  • Ticket Prices: $10.00

Tickets: purchase tickets online at: or in person at Temple of Music and Art Box office on show day only.

About Dancing in the Streets Arizona:  DITSAZ is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded in August 2008 to use the excitement and discipline of ballet to guide children and at-risk youth as they work to achieve life skills, and to promote an interest in the art of dance within the local community.  The studio has no paid staff and relies upon the generosity of donors to provide full and partial scholarships to more than half its students. Our professionally equipped studio is located at 88 W. 38th Street, Suite 200 in South Tucson. To learn more about DITSAZ, visit the organization’s website at or call us at (520) 867-8489.

Phone: (520) 867-8489 or (520) 298-7738 or visit

Joseph Rodgers, and Soleste Lupu, Co Founders/Artistic Directors

Dancing in the Streets