Nutcracker Ballet - San Antonio (TX)

Performances
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
Majestic Theatre
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T: 800.982.2787

San Antonio Ballet Partnerships: Heather Stolle's School of Dance and Premiere Ballet Academy

Nutcracker wouldn’t be Nutcracker without the local Children’s cast! Dancing along side the full professional Russian cast are local San Antonio children.

Trilogy Dance Center in San Antonio educates people to express themselves as dancers in an encouraging environment through a comprehensive curriculum, disciplined program, and stellar faculty. The school reaches out around the country to bring the best guest artists to San Antonio for master classes. Trilogy offers a comprehensive curriculum in a nurturing environment while educating and inspiring students to be their best. Recreational dancers will have fun and enjoy dance, while pre-professional dancers will be prepared for college/career. Trilogy treats every child equally and encourages growth through love and discipline. 

Heather Stolle's School of Dance’s mission is to provide a fun, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate environment for dance classes. There are classes in Pre-School Combination, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Drill Team, Dance Team, Modern, Cheer, Musical Theater and Lyrical. Dance is the Hidden Language of the Soul!

Premiere Ballet Academy’s mission is to provide the highest quality dance education to aspiring dancers of all backgrounds and levels. The studio is committed to educating dancers in a positive and nurturing environment and it offers comprehensive dance instruction with a focus on ballet. Premiere Ballet Academy’s goal is to nurture the passion of dancing while staying true to the art and discipline of ballet. Owner and Artistic Director, Melissa Mulligan is passionate about ballet and about providing the best environment for dancers of all levels and ages. Premiere strives to help dancers find their passion and live their dreams. “Nurture the Passion, Teach the Art

About the Majestic Theater

Welcome to the home of Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker in San Antonio! The Majestic Theatre was designed and built in 1929, with a grand opening presentation of the "Fox Movietone Follies of 1929." For many years it was the largest theater in Texas and the second largest movie house in the country. Later designated a National Historic Landmark, the theater was closed temporarily in the mid-1970s in the wake of a changing audience. It reopened in 1976, undergoing renovations and expansion throughout the next 15 years. Today, the theater is home to the San Antonio Symphony, and has hosted musicians such as B.B. King and Sting; comedians including Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock; and Broadway tours of shows like The Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King.