Smuin's The Christmas Ballet, a Bay Area Holiday Tradition
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The last date listed for Smuin Ballet 2012-2013 Holiday Program was Saturday December 1, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
- Full Price:
- $41.00 - $80.00
- Our Price:
- $20.00 - $60.00
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Reviews & Ratings
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This dance production combined the classic and comtemporary with a holiday flair that was magical. If you want Christmas Ballet but are weary of the Nutcracker, this is a wonderful alternative. The classic and contemporary music was matched beautifully with each dance. It was mesmerising to watch these excellent dancers make such athletic and artistic movements look effortless. I kept thinking how hard each of them has to work to give us that illusion. I highly recommend experiencing this performance.
Quotes & Highlights
Watch The Christmas Ballet trailer on YouTube.
The Christmas Ballet: Smuin Ballet’s Holiday Favorite
New Works: Amy Seiwert, Choreographer
New Works: Smuin Artists, Choreographer
*_*The Christmas Ballet*_: The Bay Area’s hottest holiday ticket returns with new choreography from Choreographer in Residence Amy Seiwert, Smuin dancer Jane Rehm and former Smuin dancer Darren Anderson, and more. An ever-changing carousel of mischief and elegance, The Christmas Ballet is a perfect gift for audiences of all ages.
Stunning classical ballet, rollicking character numbers, and that Smuin sass combine for a seasonal celebration like no other. Be sure to treat yourself and your loved ones to this Bay Area holiday tradition.
About the Ticket Supplier: Smuin Ballet
Smuin Ballet was founded in 1994 by the renowned choreographer Michael Smuin, formerly the Director of San Francisco Ballet. Beyond their regular seasonal performances, the Smuin Ballet dancers engage in a wide range of special projects, including appearing in three films: A Walk in the Clouds, The Fantasticks and George Lucas’ 1996 Return of the Jedi, Special Edition.