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1 hr ago | Statesman Journal
What would Christmas be without "The Nutcracker" ballet? Fortunately, Mid-Valley audiences won't need to find out.
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5 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com
It was less than 24 hours before opening night. Ballerinas grabbed their water bottles and stretched their weary legs on UNC Memorial Hall's stage, sliding off their broken-in ballet shoes to replace the tape and padding around their toes with new strips, protecting their feet from brutal pointe work.
6 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Whether a first-timer or seasoned fan, you are in for a fabulous treat with the 51st annual production of The Nutcracker - Austin's premier holiday tradition.
10 hrs ago | Lansing State Journal
There are 30 local dancers in the Greater Lansing Ballet Company's production of Nutcracker.
15 hrs ago | Darien News-Review
Darien residents performing in the Connecticut Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker" are, in front row from left, Megan Case, Katherine Drugge, Phoebe Bryan, Anastassia Grytsenko and Katie Cutler; middle row, Tate Hanson, Sophie Hill, Ping Ryan and Chase Hanson; back row, Jordan Cassetta, Elena Uttley and Ashley Cassetta.
16 hrs ago | RTE.ie
The couple met while Blacker was training Mila for her role as a ballerina in the Oscar-winning film.
19 hrs ago | The Montgomery Advertiser
The Montgomery Ballet's presentation of "The Nutcracker" has been a holiday tradition in the city for more than five decades.
The Nutcracker is a classic childhood ballet that has been a holiday tradition for many families for generations.
Bene Arnold began dancing at age 9 while recovering from a rare form of tuberculosis.
Half a century ago, the Louisville Ballet had just celebrated its 10th birthday when it launched its first production of "The Nutcracker."
In troubled Abkhazia, just across the border from Sochi, poverty is rampant and futures uncertain-but the tiny ballerinas of the territory's only dance school still have dreams of the big stage.
Cancellations for church services, child care services and community events due to wintry weather.
A holiday tradition is Syracuse City Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker." Despite the loss of sets and costumes in May because of water and smoke damage from a fire, the dance company plans to stage the ballet.
East Texas dancers are getting ready for the performance of a lifetime as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of TJC's The Nutcracker ballet production.
She is currently performing The Nutcracker at the Royal Opera House and this week made it into 2014's Who's Who.
The company moves into the Marcus Center's Uihlein Hall this week for rehearsals and a two-week run of the holiday classic that begins Dec. 14. But "Nutcracker" preparations have been underway since last year's production closed.
When Bailey Taylor was a first grader at Grace Christian School she danced in her first Ballet Mississippi Nutcracker.