Nutcracker Ballet - Boston (MA)

Boch Center Wang Theatre
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Gold Circle Tickets include Premium Seats to see the Great Russian Nutcracker and Moscow Ballet Branded Gifts!

“Moscow Ballet's [Great Russian] Nutcracker Brims with Tradition, Grace, and Delight,” Broadway World National

Gold Circle patrons enjoy excellent seating and a Moscow Ballet gift package including a pewter Moscow Ballet Nutcracker Soldier ornament and a Limited Edition Great Russian Nutcracker Souvenir Program book filled with stunning performance images. The Gold Circle package creates a holiday experience to remember for a lifetime!  

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Please note:
 Gold Circle patrons redeem Gift Packages at Moscow Ballet Great Russian Nutcracker merchandise table prior to the performance. **Not all venues participate in this offer**

About the Boch Center Wang Theatre

Welcome to the home of Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker in Boston! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance. Through the generosity of Dr. An and Lorraine Wang, the Theatre was restored to its former glory in 1983. Today the Wang Theatre holds 3,500 audience members and boasts one of the five largest stages in the country.

Local Ballet Partnership in Boston: The School of Classical Ballet

Nutcracker wouldn’t be Nutcracker without the local Children’s cast! Dancing along side the full professional Russian cast are local Boston children from The School of Classical Ballet. The School of Classical Ballet was founded in 1985 by Anna Myer and Patricia Adelmann. For 30 years the school has provided students with classical ballet training and helped to develop student appreciation for dance as an art form. In 2009, under the direction of Ariella Amshalem and Kirsta Sendziak, additional dance forms were incorporated into The School of Classical Ballet curricula. Kirsta Sendziak continues to provide students the quality of instruction upon which the school was founded. The School of Classical Ballet is a technique-based school. Performances are all-inclusive opportunities for students to showcase their technique and gain experience performing for an audience.