The changing look of the Mouse King through the decades...
Willam Christensen couldn’t find enough male dancers for America’s first Nutcracker when he created it in 1944. World War II […]
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Jocelyn Vollmar is fondly remembered as America's first snow queen.
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From light installations to pink wigs to classic white tutus, Dance Innovations has ...
Cinderella is our heroine. She’s beautiful, clever, and a little too headstrong...
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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 […]
Giveaway for San Francisco Ballet Schools November 17 Nutcracker Master Class
We thought your Clara paper doll might be feeling a little lonely without her Prince, so here he is! When […]
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 […]
Let’s Dance Family Workshops can be a fun way to prepare your child to see Nutcracker for the first time—or […]
Six performances of Nutcracker are extra special this year. At Passport performances, everyone will be given a special keepsake “passport” […]