North Central Ballet and the Palace Arts Center are excited to bring Nutcracker- Short and Sweet to the Historic Palace Theatre this Christmas. Take a magical journey through the land of dancing snowflakes to the Kingdom of the Sweets. Enjoy colorful and energetic dancing to Tchailovsky’s famous score, including Spanish Dance, Arabian Dance, Waltz of the Flowers and of course the Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy.
Saturday, November 26 at 3 p.m.
Sunday, November 27 at 3 p.m.
300 S Main St
Grapevine, TX 76051
Reserved Seating Tickets $15
Event add on for SUNDAY BALLET ONLY:
The Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party
Sunday, November 27 at 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. General Seating Tickets: $12
The Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party is a magical, family-friendly event that is perfect for all generations to enjoy together. Guests are welcomed into the Kingdom of the Sweets and served pink lemonade and treats, while characters from the ballet visit each table.
Tickets to Nutcracker in the Park will also be available for purchase and the boutique will be open with nutcrackers of all kinds available for purchase.
Les Jordan, executive and artistic director of North Central Ballet, said, “Nutcracker – Short and Sweet and Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party is open to children and adults of all ages. This is a perfect Sunday afternoon outing for those who love to see ballet. We want to inspire children to learn more about the art of dance. This family-oriented event not only gets people excited about The Nutcracker season, but it also shows young girls and boys the magic of ballet through the art of dance.”
North Central Ballet was founded in 1993, with the intent to enrich the environment of our community through education, performance and dance related activities. North Central Ballet provides a training for the beginning dancer as well as the serious dancers who wish to develop a stage presence while advancing their education. Dancers who are proficient in classical ballet and pointe work are eligible to audition for the company. In all things we strive to instill the desire for excellence in art, cooperation among young people and a sense of pride in our community.