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Plummer Auditorium
201 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
714-626-3890
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 37 members
Review from Pinky
50 events 37 reviews

We took 4 girls (6-12) and we all enjoyed it immensley. Costumes were lovely, auditorium was large enough for all there and we all could see very well.

reviewed Dec 05 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Tim Blaine
38 events 17 reviews

My friend and I had great seats, which for us means near the stage, the music was at the right volume and clearly audible and the characters of the ballet were charming and well rehearsed. It had been a long time since I had seen the Nutcracker...continued

reviewed Dec 15 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from MaryLynn Bryce
49 events 15 reviews

Enjoyable production. I read some of the reviews before going and had low expectations. I was impressed how professional they were. It's not the Bolshoi but it was an enjoyable evening.

reviewed Dec 05 2009 report as inappropriate
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Description

The Nutcracker ballet is a cornerstone of seasonal family entertainment and tradition. Audiences will experience a spectacle of towering Christmas trees, waltzing flowers, battling toy soldiers and menacing mice. The enduring theme remains unchanged—good overcomes evil—but Anaheim Ballet’s staging of the family classic is constantly updated, which keeps the production fresh, even for returning audiences. The story is a source of inspiration for audiences of all ages and interests.

Anaheim Ballet has been a leading presence in the Southern California arts community for over 14 years. Anaheim Ballet annually presents concerts for the community at large in O.C., L.A., and on tour in Arizona and Nevada.

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