SNOW WHITE (Reimagined): Mile Square Theatre Presents Contemporary Take On Classic Ballet — JAN. 24th to FEB. 2nd

SNOW WHITE (Reimagined): Mile Square Theatre Presents Contemporary Take On Classic Ballet — JAN. 24th to FEB. 2nd

Mile Square Theatre (MST), Hudson County’s premier professional theatre company, and MST Dance Academy presents Snow White (reimagined) from January 24 to February 2, 2020. Performances will be held at the Mile Square Theatre located at 1400 Clinton Street (and 14th Street) in Hoboken, NJ.

Snow White (reimagined) is a new ballet d’action performed by the students of MST Dance Academy. The costumes are classical, but the telling is contemporary in this modern-day feminist fairy tale. Set in a social media-obsessed school setting, this fantastical dance play addresses themes of vanity, lookism, cyber-bullying, and the dreaded fomo.

Snow White (reimagined) is directed and choreographed by MST Dance Academy director Sarah Weber Gallo. As the resident choreographer for Mile Square Theatre, she has created dances and movement design for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Goodnight Moon, The Garden of Riki Tiki Tavi, Vanya, Sonya, Masha, and Spike, and Bunnicula, and presented the evening-length dance/theatre productions Much Ado About Cucumbers & Cigars, The Magic Hour, and Funhead as Artistic Director of SWG/dancetheatre. She is currently dancing in her 21st Season with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, where she has been featured in productions helmed by an array of world-renowned choreographers and directors.

Snow White (reimagined) runs January 24 – February 2, Friday – Saturday @ 7:30 pm, Sunday @ 1 pm. Tickets are $15.

Presented by Mile Square Theatre, located at 1408 Clinton Street in Hoboken. Tickets are available at, or by calling 201-683-7014 for reservations.

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey Council on the Arts/Department of state, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.


Authored by: hMAG