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Ballet Tucson’s “The Nutcracker”
December 22, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - December 24, 2017 @ 1:00 pm MST
Ballet Tucson presents its spectacular, award-winning version of the beloved holiday classic “The Nutcracker” December 22-24 at the Tucson Music Hall. Tucson’s only professional ballet company dazzles audiences with brilliantly colorful sets and costumes and superb dancing!
Experience Clara’s magical journey replete with giant-sized mice, swirling snowflakes, and exotic dancing sweets. Ballet Tucson’s “The Nutcracker” has become the must-see festive season tradition for the entire family.
Principal Dancers Jenna Johnson, Megan Steffens, Isaiah Sumler and Connolly Strombeck lead the cast as the Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier. Local children delight as bonbons, gingerbread cookies, and pastry chefs. Ballet Tucson’s talented professional dancers display artistry and skill throughout the ballet. The”Land of Snow” scene dazzles with icy precision and the “Kingdom of the Sweets” scene provides panache and great vitality to the entire production.
The cast features over 100 performers and is sure to delight young and old alike.
Tucson Music Hall
Thursday, December 22 – 7:30 pm
Friday, December 23 – 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm
Saturday, December 24 – 1:00 pm
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
General $30 – $58*
Seniors/Students/Military $26 – $40*
Groups $19 – $31*
*Base ticket price does not include any applicable surcharges/processing fees
About Ballet Tucson:
Established in 1986, Ballet Tucson is the only professional dance company in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Each season, the company presents the highest quality dance productions with a full range of historic classics and contemporary works. Ballet Tucson is dedicated to enriching the greater Tucson community through exemplary dance performances, outreach, and education.
Ballet Tucson has been hailed as “a treasure in our community” by the Arizona Daily Star. Chuck Graham (Tucson arts writer) exclaims that the company “proudly maintains its place as the keeper of the flame of classical ballet in the Old Pueblo.