Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker

Presented by Boston Ballet
WHERE
Citizens Bank Opera House 539 Washington Street, Boston
WHEN
November 29 — 1:30 pmNovember 29 — 7:30 pmNovember 30 — 1:30 pmNovember 30 — 7:30 pmDecember 1 — 1:30 pmDecember 1 — 7:30 pmDecember 4 — 7:30 pmDecember 5 — 7:30 pmDecember 6 — 7:30 pmDecember 7 — 1:30 pmDecember 7 — 7:30 pmDecember 8 — 1:30 pmDecember 8 — 7:30 pmDecember 10 — 7:30 pmDecember 11 — 7:30 pmDecember 12 — 7:30 pmDecember 13 — 7:30 pmDecember 14 — 1:30 pmDecember 14 — 7:30 pmDecember 15 — 1:30 pmDecember 15 — 6:00 pmDecember 17 — 7:30 pmDecember 18 — 7:30 pmDecember 19 — 1:30 pmDecember 19 — 7:30 pmDecember 20 — 1:30 pmDecember 20 — 7:30 pmDecember 21 — 1:30 pmDecember 21 — 7:30 pmDecember 22 — 12:00 amDecember 22 — 1:30 pmDecember 24 — 11:00 amDecember 24 — 3:00 pmDecember 26 — 1:30 pmDecember 26 — 7:30 pmDecember 27 — 1:30 pmDecember 27 — 7:30 pmDecember 28 — 1:30 pmDecember 28 — 7:30 pmDecember 29 — 1:30 pmDecember 29 — 6:00 pm
COST

Boston Ballet’s 2019-2020 season continues with Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker, a beloved holiday tradition featuring the iconic music of Tchaikovsky. With sets and costumes by award-winning designer Robert Perdziola, the production has been delighting audiences and critics since its world premiere in 2012.

In The Nutcracker, a young heroine, Clara, journeys through a magical world of imagination filled with dazzling characters such as a Dancing Bear, an enchanting Snow Queen, and of course, the heroic Nutcracker Prince. From the captivating Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy to the magnificent snow scene, The Nutcracker continues to enthrall audiences of all ages, so make Boston Ballet a cherished part of your family’s holiday memories.

The Nutcracker opens November 29, with performances through December 29. All 41 performances will take place at the Citizens Bank Opera House. The performance length is approximately 2 hours, including one intermission.