A Classic Russian Tale Takes the Stage

. December 1, 2014.
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The Moscow Ballet comes to Detroit’s Fox Theater with a spectacular holiday show, The Great Russian Nutcracker. 122 years after its premiere, this classic ballet features 10-ft tall silk puppets, life-size Matrushka dolls, and a dove of peace with a 20-ft wingspan—modern artistry will grace the stage. And the award-winning dancers, dressed in detailed costumes and interpreting Tchaikovsky’s master score, promise to enchant.

Ticket prices start at $52. Sunday, December 21, 3pm and 7pm. 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit.
For tickets call Ticketmaster at 800-345-7000, or go to www.nutcracker.com/buy-tickets

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