The Nutcracker Swings: The Classic Holiday Ballet Set in 1940s L.A.
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All offers for The Nutcracker Swings have expired.
The last date listed for The Nutcracker Swings was Saturday December 22, 2012 / 1:00pm.
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The historic Wilshire Ebell Auditorium is the perfect vintage venue for this exciting variety show celebrating music from the early- to mid-1900s. Presented by the Los Angeles Theatre Organ Society, this nostalgic show will feature the talents of retro ensemble Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys, ragtime pianist John Reed-Torres and theatre pipe organist Tony Wilson. You'll enjoy an exciting, music-filled afternoon at the Wilshire Ebell Auditorium, which has hosted the likes of Glenn Gould, Judy Garland, Igor Stravinsky and the Blues Brothers. Learn More
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The description did not mention that it was an hour long amateur benefit. For the parents and friends of the participants it was a lovely afternoon. For those of us who drove 20 miles to see the performance it was "interesting". We loved the multi-cultural aspect but it really had little relation to the much loved "Nutcracker." My ten year old said" It can't be a nutcracker without Clare, the sugar plumb fairies, and Mother Ginger!"
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really didn't get that it was a ballet school performance best for the parents of the children in the school... really didn't like the misinformation in the goldstar listing... really didn't like the rewriting of the story - very poorly done......continued
About the Ticket Supplier: City Ballet of Los AngelesThe mission of the City Ballet of Los Angeles is to
sustain a dance institution that reflects the
economic and racial diversity of Los Angeles, by
presenting quality artistic programming and
training to all dancers and audience members
from different cultural and ethic backgrounds.