65-100 young dancers wanted for Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker production in Seattle

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Moscow Ballet and local dancers
in the Great Russian Nutcracker

Calling all greater Seattle student dancers.

The Moscow Ballet returns to Seattle this November and is inviting greater Seattle student dancers to audition for a role in their Great Russian Nutcracker.

If cast, students will dance on stage with the Moscow Ballet at Seattle's Paramount Theater, Thursday, November 8, and Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7pm.

Students will audition for The Great Russian Nutcracker's ancillary roles, including little snowflakes, mice, party children, snow sprites, snow maidens, Spanish, Russian, French, Arabian, and Chinese dancers.

Student dancers must be between 6 and 18 years of age, currently enrolled in any dance school, and have had a minimum of one year of ballet training.

Auditions are free of charge.

Local dancers in prep classes before auditions
 
Moscow Ballet’s Seattle auditions will be held at American Dance Institute's Shoreline studio on Monday, September 10, 2018.

The Moscow Ballet hopes to cast between 65-100 local dancers for the 2018 production. The 65 dancers cast in the 2017 production were from as far north as Everett and south to Federal Way.

For over 25 years The Moscow Ballet has performed their brilliant The Great Russian Nutcracker. This year they will give 140 performances in November and December all across the US and Canada. They will be in Seattle for two performances in 2018.

American Dance Institute of Seattle and Shoreline WA serves as host for the Moscow Ballet's auditions and rehearses the dancers for the Seattle performances.

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