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The Nutcracker

Alli Walker
7 p.m., Friday December 21 | $20 for adults, $15 for children under 12 and seniors, $12 students with I.D.

 The Ballet Theatre Midwest presents The Nutcracker. This classic production, adapted and choreographed by Ballet Theatre Midwest's Artistic Director Daniel R. Simmons, features principle guest artists from the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music, members of BTM's Professional Performance Ensemble, and more than 75 students of the Ballet Theatre Midwest Academy. 



Where: St. Xavier Performance Center
Phone: 513-761-7600
Address: 600 W. North Bend Road
Website: www.ballettheatremidwest.com

St. Xavier Performance Center

600 W. North Bend Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45224
 
Theater and performance hall on the campus of St. Xavier High School.
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