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Bus casual/
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Refreshments served in the lobby for dirt cheap
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Holiday festive as well
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Bake Sale outside
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Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
4.3 average rating
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9 events
7 reviews
2 stars
attended Nov 28 2010

The Nutcracker was an excellent performance that we enjoyed very much.

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8 events
6 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 27 2010

Great performance. An excellent showing of talents. Well worth seeing.

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alimaa23
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5 reviews
14 stars
attended Nov 26 2010

Even my husband and 2 boys loved it!!! Much more financially sensible and enjoyable by all senses alternative to highly expensive Kennedy Center production's alternative!!! Loved it!!!

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Website

http://www.fairfaxballet.com/nutcracker

Description

The Fairfax Ballet’s Nutcracker is “a stunning presentation of Tchaikovsky’s opulent holiday masterpiece” and has been delighting the greater Washington Area for over twenty years.  Professional guest artists from Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, the San Francisco Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet and Ballet Tucson are featured, along with students from the Russell School of Ballet.   Be captivated by this magical production that enchants children and adults alike.

Featuring Performances by Professional Guest Artists:

Marcela Figueroa of Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico as the Sugar Plum Fairy

Robert Rosario of Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico as the Cavalier

Benjamin Tucker of Ballet Tucson as the Nutcracker Prince

John Finnigan as the Mouse King and principal male in “Tea” (“Chinese”)

Derek Lauer of Ballet Tucson as principal male in “Coffee” (“Arabian”) and “Trepak” (“Russian”)

Isaiah Alatorre, formerly of Chicago Ballet, as the Soldier Doll and principal male in “Waltz of the Flowers”

Gregory Russell, formerly of the San Francisco Ballet and the Joffrey Ballet, as Herr Drosselmeyer

About the Ticket Supplier: The Fairfax Ballet

The Fairfax Ballet is an incorporated non-profit organization formed in 1971 to provide young, qualified student dancers an opportunity to gain performing experience under professional direction with the highest possible standards of artistic achievement.