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GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Monday, December 24, 2018 - 3:00 pm
 

The Great Russian Nutcracker's Father Christmas and snow maidens in Detroit

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Experience the Christmas magic at the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre with a show the whole family will love. Create lifelong memories with your friends and family as you travel with Moscow Ballet’s exquisite principal artists to “The Land of Peace and Harmony.” Set to the timeless score of master composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker rises above the rest with life-size dancing puppets, a 60-foot growing Christmas tree, huge Russian nesting dolls and a mesmerizing two-person Dove of Peace costume. Let Moscow Ballet dance into your family’s holiday traditions with a jaw-dropping performance of the Great Russian Nutcracker!

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About the Old National Centre

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

The Old National Centre, originally known as the Murat Shrine, the oldest stage house in downtown Indianapolis, is now an entertainment venue. Originally built and owned by the Murat Shiners’, its namesake is the Nubian Desert oasis Bir Murat, which itself was named for Frenchman Joachim Murat, one of Napoleon's generals. The building features include stained-glass windows, terra cotta trim, and a 208 foot tall tower at the southeast corner. The Egyptian-themed auditorium opened coincidentally with the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922. In its early days it featured Broadway plays and a 1932 speech by Winston Churchill. Between 1948 and 1963, it was the only road show venue in Indianapolis and for a time it was the home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The main sections are the 1,800-seat concert hall, the 2,500-seat performing arts theater and nine more areas for hosting events.