Ballet Tucson's "The Nutcracker"

Ballet Tucson will perform “The Nutcracker” Dec. 22-24 at Tucson Music Hall. The production features Megan Terry as the Sugar Plum Fairy and Stuart Lauer as Her Cavalier.

courtesy of Ed Flores

Ballet Tucson will perform “The Nutcracker” Dec. 22-24 at Tucson Music Hall, 260 N. Church Ave., in downtown Tucson.

Tickets can now be purchased for the holiday favorite. They cost $25–$54 for general admission, $20–$44 for seniors, children and students, and $15–$27 for groups of 10 or more.

Tickets can be purchased through the Tucson Convention Center ticket office, by phone at 800-745-3000, at Ticketmaster.com, or at Ticketmaster outlets.

The classic story of “The Nutcracker” centers on young Clara, who receives an unusual gift on Christmas Eve from her Uncle Drosselmeyer. Magically, the Nutcracker transforms into a handsome prince and takes her on a fantastical journey in a single night.

They battle giant mice, travel through a land of swirling snowflakes, and visit a spectacular kingdom with confections of every kind – bonbons, candy canes, marzipan, Spanish chocolate, Arabian coffee, and Chinese tea. 

Now in its 26th season, Ballet Tucson’s professional company of dancers presents dance productions with a full range of historic classics and contemporary works.

In addition, its children’s company of more than 75 perform alongside Ballet Tucson’s professionals in full-length family-oriented productions, such as “The Nutcracker,” “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty” and “Swan Lake.”

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