Saratoga Nutcracker: 25 Years

Celebrate the holidays with the whole family and join Saratoga City Ballet for its spectacular 25th Anniversary full production of The Nutcracker,  with Artistic Director Beth Fecteau at the majestic Hart Theater at The Egg, Empire State Plaza, Albany NY.

Click on the links below to purchase Nutcracker tickets!

Friday 12/21 evening at 7:30 pm click here.

Saturday 12/22 matinee at 2:00 pm click here.

Saturday 12/22 evening at 7:30 pm click here.

To book via phone or for group sales, call The Egg Box Office at (518)-473-1845.

Celebrate the holidays with the whole family and join Saratoga City Ballet for its spectacular 25th Anniversary full production of The Nutcracker,  with Artistic Director Beth Fecteau at the majestic Hart Theater at The Egg, Empire State Plaza, Albany NY.

Friday, Dec. 21 7:30 pm
Saturday, Dec. 22 at 2:00 and 7:30 pm

Tickets are $28 / Adults; $20 Seniors and Students; Children 5 & under free! Group tickets available, please contact info@saratogacityballet.com.

Act I features the magical party scene with Clara, Fritz and the whole family celebrating Christmas Eve, when the mice, rat king and soldiers take the stage for their epic battle. Clara is then led through the Land of Snow into the Land of Sweets, home of the Sugar Plum Fairy, her cavalier and her court, where they celebrate with dances from around the world; set to Tchaikovsky’s score.

Directed and choreographed by Beth Fecteau, this is Saratoga City Ballet’s 25th Anniversary production of the Nutcracker – a perfect holiday treat for audiences of all ages! Beth Fecteau’s choreography and production of Nutcracker premiered in 1996 at the Historic Cohoes Music Hall presented by Youth Ballet Company and Dance Eclectic.  After two years and a growing school and cast, this production moved to The Egg and was performed annually until 2004. Beth retired the production when she was named Director of the Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs merging Youth Ballet Company into what is now the School of the Arts at the Museum of Dance.  Beth is thrilled to be sharing her work with new dancers and a new organization in the 25th Year of Saratoga City Ballet’s production.

About Saratoga City Ballet
The Saratoga City Ballet Company is a not-for-profit organization providing dance students with opportunities to participate in professional quality productions. SCB strives for a high level of artistic achievement and to inspire and promote developing young dancers. For more information or to register for classes call (518) 584-1895, visit www.saratogacityballet.com or email info@saratogacityballet.com.

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