After receiving a beautiful replica of French artist Edgar Degas’ famous sculpture, The Little Dancer of 14 Years, for her birthday, our heroine Mary is transported back to the moment when the original was unveiled. Much to her surprise, it is ridiculed, prompting Degas to lock the sculpture in a closet never to be seen again! Mary rescues The Little Dancer, who comes to life, and together, they explore the streets and venues of Paris in this fanciful, newly imagined production. (60 minutes)
FRI, DEC 15 | 7:00PM
SAT, DEC 16 | 1:00PM & 5:00PM
SUN, DEC 17 | 1:00PM
Presented by Mary Strauss
The Little Dancer Tea
December 17, 2017
2PM – 4PM
Please plan to arrive at COCA with plenty of time to secure parking. COCA’s parking lot is free for patrons, but for special events and performances we are not able to accommodate everyone. (As part of our planned expansion, a new parking garage is under construction just across the street on Washington. It will be completed in mid-2018.)
If you arrive and find our lot full, there are multiple options nearby.
Street parking is available – both free and metered. Please observe parking signs and restrictions.
A free public lot is located just north of Delmar.
The map below highlights available street parking and other public parking options around COCA in green. (Streets marked in red require a residential sticker, you will be ticketed.)
Valet Parking available for the Friday evening and Sunday afternoon performances.