Placer Theatre Ballet presents Nutcracker
Auburn, CA - Placer Theatre Ballet presents "Nutcracker", a lively and colorful rendition of this holiday favorite that has become an annual tradition for many loyal patrons in the greater Sacramento and Placer areas for over a decade. Join Clara as she steps from a festive party to a battle between soldiers and mice, and then into a magical dream, accompanied by her beloved Nutcracker Prince. Travelling through a kingdom of snow and ice, Clara arrives at the palace of the Sugar Plum Fairy, where a dazzling array of entertainers from around the world gather to give her an evening full of fantasy and fun that she will never forget. Artful direction and exquisite costuming make this "Nutcracker" an enchanting holiday treat for all ages! Don't miss our Nutcracker Character Tea Party at Auburn's lovely Powers Mansion Inn Events Center ON December 4!
WHERE: Placer High School Theatre
275 Orange Street (Corner of High & Agard)
WHEN: November 27-28, 12 & 4 pm December 4, 2 pm, December 5, 12 & 4 pm, 2009
All Seats Reserved - $11 - $18 (plus service charge)
Nutcracker Tea Party (limited seating, $40 per person, call for tickets and details)
Group discounts available
- Tickets by phone: (916) 630-7820
- Tickets online: http://www.placertheatreballet.org
HOW: Additional information, including a photo gallery and online ticketing, is available on Placer Theatre Ballet's website: http://www.placertheatreballet.org
WHY: Placer Theatre Ballet is a non-profit performing arts organization dedicated to the joy of storytelling through the art of dance.
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