Cuesheet 2012-2013 Season

The Nutcracker

Ballet West

Ballet West: The NutcrackerWilliam Christensen choreographed his version of The Nutcracker in 1944, creating the first full-length version of the ballet to be staged in the United States. This production features Tchaikovsky's timeless score and a brilliant blend of costumes, sets, and choreography that create a magical storybook world.

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