Moscow Ballet’s The Great Russian Nutcracker November 5
The Great Russian Nutcracker gives you the famous ballet with a new view
Highly talented ballerinas and danseurs dazzle you with effortless ease, as they glide across the mystically transformed stage. You’ll be in awe watching Russian performers whirl–lighter than air–as they tell this fantastical tale.
The story centers on a young girl Masha and her Christmas Eve celebration. Presented with a Nutcracker soldier that is destroyed by her brother she falls asleep. When she awakes her nutcracker has become a Nutcracker Prince who leads her on a wondrous journey.
Celebrate the 25th Anniversary Tour with us. Come enjoy a Russian tea (in our charming ballroom) for the full experience.
Limited seating is available for the Russian tea. Call for reservations.
By choosing the Nonprofit Price Code you are helping out a Saginaw Area Nonprofit Organization. For each ticket purchased under the Nonprofit Code, the Nonprofit Organization will receive a portion of the ticket sale. The Nonprofit Organization for The Great Russian Nutcracker is The Castle Museum. The Castle Museum has been housed in Saginaw’s original post office for the last three decades. This landmark building, rescued from demolition twice, was dedicated in 1898 and is considered our greatest artifact.
Reserved Seating: $70, $55, $40, $25
This program is graciously sponsored by