It’s NUTCRACKER IN JULY for FOUR DAYS ONLY! Single tickets are on sale for all performances of The Nutcracker, December 14 – 24 at Music Hall. From July 24-27, you can also save BIG on select Nutcracker performances. See below for offer details. The sale expires Thursday, July 27 at 11:59 pm, so don’t delay. Our sales team will head to the Land of Sweets for some post-sale rest from July 28-July 31 and during that time tickets will not be available for purchase. On August 1, single tickets for all performances in 2023-2024 will go on sale to the general public.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join Clara on her magical journey through the Land of Snow to the Kingdom of Sweets.
With stunning choreography, mesmerizing music, and a story that captures the hearts of all ages, The Nutcracker is a must-see performance.
It’s our annual Nutcracker in July Sale! Buy One Ticket, Get One 50% off! Offer applies to Zones 1 – 4 tickets to select performances. PICK YOUR DATE FROM THE PERFORMANCES BELOW AND CLICK THE BUY TICKETS BUTTON. ON THE NEXT PAGE, ENTER JULY IN THE PROMO CODE IN THE UPPER RIGHTHAND CORNER. ONCE THE CODE HAS BEEN ENTERED, YOU CAN THEN SELECT YOUR SEATS. REMEMBER, TICKETS FOR ALL PERFORMANCES OF THE NUTCRACKER ARE ON SALE THROUGH JULY 27, BUT ONLY PERFORMANCES LISTED HERE ARE PART OF THE BOGO50 OFFER.
IF YOU ENCOUNTER ANY TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE AT 513-621-5282.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 at 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17 at 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20 at 7:30 PM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 at 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24 at 1 PM
*Offer good for up to four (4) tickets. Offer cannot be combined with other offers and does not apply to previously purchased tickets. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.
The Nutcracker is one of the most popular ballets that has been staged over the years. Every season, kids and adults look forward to it as it has become a family tradition in many households.
Although it’s often associated with the holidays, The Nutcracker stands on its own as an iconic ballet production. But how did it come to be? Who choreographed it? And how has it helped shape ballet into what it looks like today?
Join us as we explore the history of The Nutcracker from George Balanchine’s influence, Frisch’s The Nutcracker, and its lasting impact on the Cincinnati community.
Take a journey back in time with us as we reminisce about the cherished performances of The Nutcracker throughout the years.
Let’s start this enchanting journey by revisiting the very first production of The Nutcracker in 1974, under the artistic direction of David McClain. This era marked the beginning of a beautiful holiday tradition for Cincinnati Ballet and the Cincinnati community.
During this memorable time, the mesmerizing music of Tchaikovsky came alive through the masterful touch of Carmon DeLeone, creating a symphony of magic and wonder.
Let’s continue this enchanting journey by revisiting the mesmerizing Nutcracker production of 1987, choreographed by the brilliant Ben Stevenson. This era marked a captivating chapter in the rich history of the Cincinnati Ballet, as the timeless tale of The Nutcracker came to life on the stage once again.
During this unforgettable time, the stunning sets and exquisite costumes transported audiences to the magical Land of Sweets, bringing joy and wonder to young and old alike.
Let’s transport ourselves to the enchanting Nutcracker performance of 2001, a nostalgic era that holds a special place in the hearts of Nutcracker enthusiasts.
Choreographed by the talented Val Caniparoli and presented by The Frisch’s, this production brought the magic of The Nutcracker to life in a unique and captivating way. 🌟