Nutcracker Ballet - Aberdeen (SD)

Performances
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker Video On Demand
2022 Date & Time TBA

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker Christmas Video On Demand

Go back to a simpler time and celebrate this Christmas tradition with the whole family! See Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker from the best seat in the house; your living room! Take this opportunity to spend quality time with loved ones and experience the smash-hit Holiday tradition. Take a trip backstage with the cameras for a look at how the magic is made. Hear it first-hand from world-class artists, designers, and the creators of this cherished production. See the full performance as captured on stage plus an up close look at the behind-the-scenes action. Make this Christmas special; don’t miss this celebration!

Past Aberdeen Ballet Partnership: Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center

Nutcracker wouldn’t be Nutcracker without the local Children’s cast! Dancing along side the full professional Russian cast are local Aberdeen children from the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center. The Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center (ARCC) dance program is cosponsored by the Aberdeen Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department and the Aberdeen Area Arts Council. The program provides quality and affordable dance classes for students of all ages and abilities in a positive and fun environment.  The ARCC contains six dance studios which equipped with mirrors, wooden floors and bars, which will fit the dancers' needs.

The dance program has 752 students, who are age 2 to adult and 7% percent of the students are male, said Dance Coordinator Weisenburger.  The students attend 100 classes each week, from Monday through Thursday and the program employs 15 instructors and 10 dance assistants. The ARCC program offers a wide array of classes, including rhythmic gymnastics, ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, clogging, Zumba, pilates, Broadway and boys' break-dancing.  The ARCC dance program also has classes to fit students with special needs.