Nutcracker Ballet - Stockton (CA)

Bob Hope Theatre
Friday, November 1, 2019 - 7:00 pm

The Gift of Christmas Tour Comes to Stockton Friday, November 1

Moscow Ballet brings the Gift of Christmas Tour to Stockton with Great Russian Nutcracker performances bringing holiday magic to life and creating unforgettable memories for all ages. The company performs at Bob Hope Theatre on Fri., Nov. 1, 7 p.m. only.

Moscow Ballet makes Christmas gift giving easy with the holiday performance that delights all ages…from the life-sized Kissy Doll to the fierce, red-eyed Rat King; and the Russian Troika Sleigh bringing Masha through the Snow Forest to the Land of Peace and Harmony which is populated with 10 foot tall dancing puppets, exotic flying birds and dancing couples from the world’s five great heritages. 

About Host Studio: Elevate Dance Company

Elevate Dance Company brings the next level in dance training and technique to Stockton, California. Focusing on Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical and Hiphop, the studio provides the next level in dance training that takes dancer's technical foundation and refines them into professional dancers.  Elevate offers higher learning in technique, showmanship and artistry. The company focuses on competitions and develops skills for professional auditions. Classes are open to all dancers, starting at the age of 3 and up.

About the Bob Hope Theatre

The Bob Hope Theatre, known to some locals as “The Fox,” is an exciting entertainment destination and a beautifully restored piece of Stockton’s history. The recent renovation has created a wonderful space to enjoy not only local arts productions, film, dance, comedy and Broadway type entertainment, but also the latest in top name musical entertainment. The opening of the Fox on October 14, 1930 was one of the most grandiose events in the region. The Fox is the largest vaudeville house in California, with 2,170 seats. Fully renovated in late 1990s and early 2000s, the venue changed its name to the Bob Hope Theatre. Visitors can enjoy rich wood carvings and murals in the lobby and the main chamber. A 1928 Robert Morton theater organ, which was last played in the Seattle Fox Theatre over 50 years ago, was restored and donated to the theatre by The Friends of the Fox.