Salt Creek Ballet’s
Artistic Directors, Sergey Kozadayev & Zhanna Dubrovskaya
December 10 & 11, 2016 Sat 1pm & 5pm | Sun 2pm
Sat: $20 | $32 | $42
Sun: $32 | $42 | $48
Salt Creek Ballet’s The Nutcracker marches back onto the North Shore Center stage with a gift for families: an affordable full-length holiday production performed in the grand Russian style by a professional company with incredible guest soloists! For a holiday production which first began to delight audiences way back in 1892, Salt Creek Ballet’s The Nutcracker demonstrates how to make this historic ballet and holiday tradition just as accessible and relevant today. It is really the perfect way to introduce young children to the power and beauty of classical dance. Tickets start as low as $20.
Salt Creek Ballet’s production produces a whimsical tale of young Clara and her magical journey with waltzing flowers, giant mice and sugar plum fairies, which are all exquisitely set to Tchaikovsky’s enchanting musical score. The production features amazing new sets, vibrant costumes and internationally recognized guest dancers. The production additionally boasts a cast of 100 including local children and young adults aged eight to seventeen from the school of the Salt Creek Ballet. The Chicago Sun-Times calls the production “…a solid, professional ‘Nutcracker’,” and Laura Molzahn of the Chicago Tribune calls Salt Creek Ballet “A real treat.” Salt Creek Ballet is artistically directed by Sergey Kozadayev and Zhanna Dubrovskaya who trained at St. Petersburg’s famed Vaganova Ballet Academy.