Create an unforgettable holiday with loved ones and SAVE on tickets too! “Knock-out…kids wide-eyed with delight” says the New York Times. Bring the whole family to see the Great Russian Nutcracker where Russian dancers perform Olympian feats in each performance. Filled to the brim with magical toys, falling snow, growing Christmas trees, and astounding Russian dancers, celebrate the beauty of the holidays and save up to $20 per ticket at Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker! Order with SAVE by September 30 for the biggest savings!
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“Superb dancing by the lead performers,” Broadway World, NYC 2012
Join the Ballerinas on Stage!
Moscow Ballet’s “Dance with Us” program brings about 60 student dancers on stage with the Russian professionals in each tour city. Young dancers are in roles such as Party Children, scurrying Mice, floating Angels and more. Children’s choreography is additional to the performance and carefully developed to fit each dancer’s level. Moscow Ballet also provides beautiful costumes created especially for the young dancers.
“I truly believe that you offered a once in a lifetime experience. It was a growing experience which built Catherine’s self-confidence and gave us a good opportunity to relay the importance of personal commitment to a task,” comments Amy from Danville.
It’s easy to join in. Just go to www.nutcracker.com/auditions, find an audition near you and register.
“Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker” is a lavish affair” Plain Dealer, Cleveland 2012
“Dove of Peace”
Exclusive to Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is the new Dove of Peace with a 20ft wingspan. Two dancers create the stunning bird by wearing one wing each. They escort Masha and Nutcracker Prince to the “Land of Peace and Harmony” (traditionally the Land of Sweets). How did this come about? Producers Akiva and Mary Talmi created the Land of Peace and Harmony and the Dove of Peace out of the rubble of Glasnost and Perestroika in the late 1990’s to the enjoyment of over 2 million North Americans for the past 20 years. Meet the Peacekeeper – Moscow Ballet’s Dove of Peace.