Canine musical fantasy returns to Surrey stage

Paws 2 Dance presents Shadows of Eternity, a production featuring dogs, dancing and indoor kites.

It’s been two years since they brought their last full-length dog drama to stage, but Paws 2 Dance is opening the curtain on their latest creation this weekend.

The group of canine freestylers are once again combining their talent with indoor kite flyers and dancers, this time for an Egyptian fantasy called Shadows of Eternity. Directed and choreographed by Ray Underwood, the show will be set in Ancient Egypt and feature a young pharaoh kidnapped by shadow creatures and take to their tomb world.

The show follows the group’s 2010 production, Escape the Darkness, which brought the audience of 850 to their feet.

There will be two performances of Shadows of Eternity, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Bell Centre for Performing Arts, 6250 144 St. Tickets are available by calling the box office at 604-507-6355.

 

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