Ballet Chelsea’s The Nutcracker

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Event Details

Date(s) - 12/07/2019
Cost: $10-30


Chelsea High School
Region: Chelsea
740 N. Freer Rd, Chelsea

Event Description

Ballet Chelsea proudly presents its 22nd Annual performance of The Nutcracker, a Christmas Eve tale about a young girl named Marie and her magical journey to the enchanted Kingdom of Sweets. Choreographed by Artistic Director Wendi DuBois, the Ballet Chelsea company artists and the Jackson Symphony Orchestra musicians will come together for the third year to present this annual full-length, narrated ballet. Join us for Christmas Eve festivities at the Stahlbaum’s, complete with godfather Drosselmeier and his charming mechanical dolls, to a fierce midnight battle, and on to the enchanted Kingdom of Sweets. Experience this spectacular holiday event that keeps people returning year after year as dancers and musicians captivate with their energy and artistry.

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