Saturday, December 7, 2019 - 4:30 pm


The Michigan Ballet Academy, under the direction of Irina Vassileni, proudly presents The Nutcracker! Featuring the Michigan Ballet Academy students and Dance Theatre of Harlem current and former principals, Crystal Serrano and Francis Lawrence, this beautiful production of the holiday classic will capture the imagination of the entire family. Join Clara in her enchanting adventure with feisty mice, dancing bonbons, the Sugar Plum Fairy and the brave Nutcracker Prince!

Friday, December 6, 7:30PM
Saturday, December 7, 1PM and 4:30 PM
Sunday, December 8, 2:30 PM

Pricing
0-3 years free
$22 for adults (14 years old and up)
$16 for children 4 to 13.

Clara’s Meet and Greet

For an even more magical experience, add Clara’s Meet and Greet to your Nutcracker tickets!  Head onstage Saturday, December 7th, after the 4:30 PM show and meet Clara, the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Nutcracker Prince, and other beloved characters.  Bring your program for autographs and your camera for photographs with your favorite Nutcracker characters in the Land of Sweets!

Saturday, December 7th, after the 4:30 PM show

Tickets:  $10 (one ticket per Adult and Accompanying Children)

Purchase Clara’s Meet and Greet Tickets via the Jenison Center for the Arts Ticketing site. The tickets can be purchased as an add-on to performance tickets, or by themselves. Click here to go to the Ticketing site

Location:

Jenison High School Auditorium
8375 20th Avenue
Jenison, MI 49428

Contact:

Cost: 0-3 years free, $22 for adults (14 years old and up), $16 for children 4 to 13, $10 meet & greet
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Michigan Ballet Academy
Organizer Phone: 616.710.1666
Organizer Email: [email protected]

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