Carolina Snowbelles to Perform at Apptheatre

With the Christmas season nearly upon us there is a lot to look forward to. For those interested in Christmas performances the Appalachian Theatre of the High-Country will feature performances by the Carolina Snowbelles.

The Snowbelles are a group of young ladies that performed specialized precision dances.  The group was crated by Cheryl Cutlip, who spent several years as a specialize dancer in New York.  I spoke with her as well as one of the Snowbelles Genevieve Goff, and SnowFlurry Vera Kwong.  Both girls expressed their excitement about being apart of this dance group.  They both stated that being in the Snowbelles was a great opportunity to practice dance and meet lifelong friends.  

“A Carolina Snowbelle Christmas” returns to the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country with an expanded schedule and an added family event to enhance their standing as the region’s newest family holiday tradition. This stage spectacular takes audience members on new adventures and dancers tap dance their way from the Arctic glaciers of the North Pole to the city streets of Manhattan in New York City. Three live performances are scheduled beginning with a 7:30 p.m. curtain on Saturday, December 3 and continuing with two Sunday matinee shows at 2 and 6 p.m. on December 4.

Tickets for all three events are now available at, or avoid online service fees by visiting the lobby
box office between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Tuesday through Friday, or one hour prior to showtime for each performance. In addition, the first annual “Snowbelle Christmas Tea Experience” will take place between the Sunday performances from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room above the lobby area. There is a link on the App Theatre website to reserve seats for this family-friendly event. For more information about The Carolina Snowbelles you can visit their site,

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