Nutcracker Ballet - Los Angeles (CA)

Performances
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
The Wiltern
Saturday, December 21, 2019 - 3:00 pm
Saturday, December 21, 2019 - 7:00 pm
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
The Wiltern
Sunday, December 22, 2019 - 1:00 pm
Sunday, December 22, 2019 - 5:00 pm
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About Los Angeles's Host Studios

Los Angeles Dance Academy “LADA” is a community of like-minded individuals with deep love for the performing arts. The versatile teaching staff brings professionalism and fun to each class no matter the age or level. The studio goal is to cultivate a nurturing environment for student dancers to create, perform, and inspire each other.  The studio promotes a positive and safe atmosphere for students to build self-confidence and reach new levels in their artistry.  There is no greater joy than to see dancers grow their repertoire from year to year. Los Angeles Dance Academy aims to create a supportive community for dancers to train and become educated in all dance styles and teaches students to be positive.  The studio also promotes diverse training from ballet to hip hop and everything in between.  “Love All, Dance All” 

Sherman Oaks Dance Academy specializes in children's dance focusing on proper dance technique and curriculum in a creative and safe environment.  Students are offered a variety of class options from classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, tap and hip-hip to musical theatre.  While following strong fundamentals when learning a dance, students are encouraged to express themselves through their movement and to explore their own artistry. The studio believes that children who dance develop confidence and an appreciation toward dedication, and that they will continue to carry that with them throughout their lives. The studio serves Sherman Oaks, Encino, Beverly Hills, Tarzana, North Hollywood, Van Nuys, and Los Angeles communities.

About the Wiltern Theatre

The Wiltern was built in 1931 and designed by architect Stiles O. Clements of Morgan, Walls & Clements, the city's oldest architectural firm. The Wiltern Theatre was originally designed as a vaudeville theater and opened as the Warner Brothers Western Theater.  In 1981, the Wiltern was purchased by developer Wayne Ratkovich who worked with architect Brenda Levin to restore both the theater and the office building to their former glory. After a four-year renovation, the Wiltern Theatre finally opened again to the public on May 1, 1985. Today, the Wiltern hosts live performances and concerts, as well as televised events and has served as a location for several feature films.