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Great Russian Nutcracker

Sunday, December 17 through Monday, December 18

Dance Theatre University City & West Philly

Celebrate Christmas with the experience taking North America by storm! Marking the 25th Anniversary Tour, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker features over-the-top production and world-class Russian artists. Larger-than-life puppets, nesting dolls and gloriously hand-crafted costumes bring the Christmas spirit to life. Get the best seats today and make memories to last a lifetime at Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker!

“Knock out!” - The New York Times 

“Christmas cheer!” - Los Angeles Times

Special Ticket Holder Information:

PLATINUM TICKET HOLDERS: You will receive a premium Nutcracker doll and a Moscow Ballet Book for each ticket purchased. In addition, Platinum Ticket holders receive a Meet and Greet opportunity before the performance. Platinum Ticket holders MUST meet the Moscow Ballet representative 45 minutes prior to curtain time at the merchandise table to go obtain the Meet and Greet.  If Platinum Ticket holders arrive after the start of the Meet and Greet, they forfeit the right to attend. Moscow Ballet reserves the right to reschedule the time of the Meet and Greet in cases of Force Majeure, including but not limited to medical emergencies or other events outside the control of Moscow Ballet or the theatre.  In cases of a successfully rescheduled Meet and Greet due to Force Majeure events, there will be no refunds. 

GOLD CIRCLE TICKET HOLDERS: You will receive a Nutcracker doll and the official Moscow Ballet Book with each ticket purchased. Gold Circle Ticket holders should go to the merchandise table in the lobby to retrieve their products.  


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$28-$175

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Venue Information

Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
3680 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-898-6701 phone

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