HOLIDAY TIME? THE NUTCRACKERS ARE BACK!

This year, PMD is happy to be involved with three productions of the classic, whimsical tale of “The Nutcracker.” Every holiday season, the familiar story of a little girl who dreams of the Nutcracker Prince delights children of all ages.  Many productions of this holiday classic are performed all over the country, often bringing in the largest ballet audiences all season.

The following productions are being seen with PMD Windowposters™:

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The Nutcracker. Photo © Gene Schiavone and American Ballet Theatre. All rights reserved.

American Ballet Theatre “The Nutcracker”
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn
December 14 – 31
bam.org/nutcracker

With an impressive cast of over 100 performers and choreography by Alexei Ratmansky, American Ballet Theatre’s The Nutcracker is bound to be a treasured memory whether you’re four or ninety-four! As the lights dim and Tchaikovsky’s beautiful score fills the air, your entire family will join young Clara for a dreamlike journey amid colorful larger-than-life scenery, magical toy soldiers, mischievous mice, sparkling snowflakes, and a glittering Christmas tree!

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Boston Ballet “The Nutcracker”
Boston Opera House
November 25 – December 31
bostonballet.org

Boston’s #1 Holiday Tradition – See this version for the last time!

Experience the magic of Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” – New England’s favorite holiday tradition-with one of the world’s best dance companies and live music from Boston Ballet Orchestra. Don’t miss the final season of Boston Ballet’s current “Nutcracker”.  These magnificent sets and costumes will be retired after nearly 20 years on stage in Boston.  “The Nutcracker” returns to the stage in 2012 with new set and costumes!

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Washington Ballet “The Nutcracker”
Warner Theater, Washington DC
December 1 – 31
washingtonballet.org

Join The Washington Ballet as they celebrate the golden anniversary of the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker.”  In this 50th Anniversary year performance, dancers will pay homage to The Washington Ballet founder Mary Day in Septime Webre’s lush Washington-themed staging featuring George Washington as the company’s patriotic Nutcracker.  Generations of Washingtonians have grown up loving and sharing with their loved ones this annual performance.