Olympic Ballet Theatre performs – The Nutcracker, holiday magic returns!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Olympic Ballet Theatre (OBT) of Edmonds, is pleased to announce the return of a traditional treat, The Nutcracker, to theatres in Everett, Edmonds and Arlington. OBT opens its performance season with this ballet favorite, featuring world class guest artists Sayaka Ohtaki from Japan and Kuei-Hsien Chu from Taiwan, both currently in New York to prepare for the 2010 International Ballet Competition. OBT’s The Nutcracker has been a Puget Sound favorite for 29 years. Its exotic sets and costumes, dazzling choreography and lively score, highlight the story of Clara’s dream through beautiful Snowflakes, a sparkling Sugarplum Fairy, wonderful Mother Ginger with her little Buffoons, and a Christmas Tree that grows before your eyes! The Nutcracker is a delight for all ages!
The Nutcracker will play at the Edmonds Center for the Arts on December 5th at 2:00 and 7:00 PM and December 6th at 3:00 PM. OBT then travels to the Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington for December 13th at 2:00 PM. This production is well known for its child-friendly, close and yet professionally exciting performances.

Tickets for performances of The Nutcracker are on sale now. This production offers professional quality performances at an affordable price. Prices are $20 for children 10 and under, $25 for students and seniors, and $30 for adults. All seats are reserved. Tickets for all performances may be purchased by calling Olympic Ballet at 425-774-7570, Ticketmaster at 206-292-ARTS or through Ticketmaster.

Located at 700 Main Street in Edmonds, Olympic Ballet offers a thriving professional theatre and ballet school, which promotes dance as a creative performing art and engages the widest possible audiences with a stimulating repertoire of classical, contemporary and dramatic ballets. Join us for our 29th season as we uplift and elevate with the art of dance!

To make reservations or for more information, please visit us at Olympic Ballet Theatre or call (425) 774-7570.

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