Close-up details from costumes of Helgi Tomasson's Nutcracker for San Francisco Ballet.
Helgi Tomasson's 2004 production of Nutcracker moved the setting to San Francisco.
San Francisco Ballet unveiled its fourth production of Nutcracker in 1986.
Lew Christensen's 1967 production had opulent sets and costumes.
Lew Christensen's 1954 Nutcracker for San Francisco Ballet featured designs by children's book illustrator Leonard Weisgard.
A meeting of former Claras at opening night of Nutcracker.
Color the Rat King, the Nutcracker, and the Sugarplum Fairy from San Francisco Ballet's Nutcracker.
In 1890, Tchaikovsky was riding the high of his opera The Queen of Spades when disaster struck: his longtime patron […]
Fun facts about the Snow Queen's costume in San Francisco Ballet's Nutcracker.
Just days before the opening of San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, The Palace Hotel got into the spirit with a Nutcracker […]
How many pointe shoes SF Ballet goes through during Nutcracker? How tall is the Christmas tree? Click through the numbers […]
The “French” variation in Helgi Tomasson’s 2004 Nutcracker is a ribbon dance trio. It’s not the first time that ribbons […]
One unforgettable, magical Christmas Eve journey.
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Amani shares the joy of ballet, dancing home from a performance of Nutcracker.