Pricing may increase due to demand.
Age Recommendation: All ages
Run Time: 2 hours (including 1 intermission)
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Nashville’s Nutcracker: Celebrating 10 Years! will be at Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, TN - December 2 through December 23, 2017
Concept, story treatment and choreography by Paul Vasterling
Live music performed by the Nashville Symphony
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Celebrating 10 years of awe-inspiring magic and dazzling holiday cheer, Nashville’s
Nutcracker will ring in the season with additional characters and all-new
magical elements. A truly local production through and through with clever nods to
the city’s sparkly past, Nashville’s Nutcracker epitomizes
the holiday season in Music City.
“Vasterling's epic work is a joyous and colorful greeting card to the people of Music City…a holiday-scented love letter to his adopted hometown.” – Jeffrey Ellis, Broadway World (2016)
LET IT SNOW!
To celebrate 10 years of Nashville’s Nutcracker, we are adding all-new magical elements, including letting it snow in the audience!
Be Part of the Winter Wonderland:
Snow will fall in the orchestra level during the Snow Scene in Act I. Choose orchestra level seats when purchasing tickets to be part of the magic.
Make it Unforgettable:
Help us make it snow with a gift of support and receive exclusive benefits like:
- A holiday card from The Sugar Plum Fairy
- A large autographed Nutcracker just like Clara's
- And even the opportunity to watch Act II of Nashville’s Nutcracker from the wings!
CLICK HERE to learn more about this opportunity and all the exclusive benefits.
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