Nutcracker Ballet - Port Chester (NY)

Experience NUTCRACKER! Magical Christmas Ballet 2022 in Port Chester, NY

This Christmas, bring the whole family back to a simpler time with NUTCRACKER! Magical Christmas Ballet! The acclaimed holiday tradition is LIVE in theaters for the 30th Anniversary tour. Gather friends and family to re-live your fondest childhood dreams, overflowing with larger-than-life puppets, breath-taking acrobatics and dazzling costumes. Experience the exquisite artistry of the international cast, featuring stars of Ukraine ballet, performing at the highest level of classical technique. Share in the message of Peace and Harmony at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester!

Port Chester Partner Ballet Studio: The Dance Gallery

 Nutcracker wouldn’t be Nutcracker without the local Children’s cast! Dancing along side the full international professional cast are local Charleston children from The Dance Gallery. At The Dance Gallery, it is our mission is to offer quality dance instruction by experienced professionals who possess a passion for teaching students of all ages in a disciplined and nurturing environment.

The Dance Gallery teaches dance as an art form, emphasizing fundamental technique and diversity of styles, including classical ballet, jazz, tap, modern, musical theater and hip-hop. We offer small class sizes that allow for personalized attention and greater focus. Our students do not get lost in the shuffle and are encouraged to learn both individual technique and how to work together as part of an ensemble. We believe that proper dance instruction and the opportunity to perform builds confidence, creative expression and physical development, all of which will benefit our students for a lifetime.

The Dance Gallery is located in the Village of Tuckahoe, New York, in the Town of Eastchester, steps away from the Tuckahoe Metro-North train station and the shops on Depot Square. Our studio is in the Main Street Depot, a restored former substation built in 1908 to accommodate newly electrified rail service from Grand Central Station in New York City to Westchester County on the Harlem Line. The substation once housed the rotary converters that were used to convert alternating current to direct current for third-rail power to trains.