The season of surprises and sugar plums begins November 26 when the Northwest's most cherished holiday tradition returns to light up Seattle Center's McCaw Hall with holiday merriment. Breathtaking dancing, live orchestra, and Tchaikovsky's timeless score combine with the glowing ambience of the hall itself—Nutcracker-themed décor, a 20-foot tree, unique gifts, and delicious treats—to create an enchanting holiday experience from start to finish. The only production like it in the world, Nutcracker combines creator Kent Stowell's charming and dramatic choreography with magnificent sets and costumes by renowned author and illustrator Maurice Sendak (Where The Wild Things Are), and more than 200 roles danced by PNB's performers.
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EVENTS & OFFERS:
Nutcracker Brunch: Saturday, November 27, McCaw Hall. A fun-filled holiday event with a scrumptious brunch and special Nutcracker-themed mini-performance to delight the young and young-at-heart alike.
Opening Weekend Festivities: November 26, 27 & 28. PNB's joyous kick-off to the holiday season! Arrive early to enjoy the splendor of McCaw Hall decked out in full Nutcracker regalia, take a photo by our soaring Nutcracker tree, enjoy a magic show, collect Nutcracker trading cards, create a craft, or take a mini dance class.
Family Packs: Includes four discounted Nutcracker tickets plus valuable bonuses from Salty's Restaurants and The Space Needle.
Group Ticket Discounts: Bring a group of 15 or more and save up to 25%!
Nutcracker Broadcast Live on KING FM: Listen to the live broadcast of Nutcracker on Saturday, November 27, at 7:30 pm. Only on 98.1 Classical KING FM or online at http://www.king.org/listen.