Willam Christensen couldn’t find enough male dancers for America’s first Nutcracker when he created it in 1944. World War II […]
Journey with us to the Land of Dreams for the 2019 Nutcracker Benefit Luncheon.
Caption these photos for a chance to win tickets to Nutcracker.
Jocelyn Vollmar is fondly remembered as America's first snow queen.
San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker has featured at least 3 different dancing bears.
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Every holiday season, despite their packed schedules, a group of SF Ballet dancers members make time to visit the UCSF Benioff […]
Helgi Tomasson’s 2004 production of Nutcracker moved the setting from 19th-century Europe to 1915 San Francisco. That was the year […]
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, we’re counting down the 75 days leading up to the December […]
For one day only, we’re offering you scary good savings on the main floor for select Nutcracker performances.* You have […]
When you meet Patricia Roberts for the first time at her home, you experience a Southern hospitality that reminds you […]
Preview Helgi Tomasson's Romeo & Juliet for San Francisco Ballet.
When Helgi Tomasson decided to create a new Nutcracker for San Francisco Ballet in 2004, he turned to Martin Pakledinaz, […]