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Making magic, memories, and very lovely snowstorms for 30 years, Pacific Northwest Ballet’s one-of-a-kind Nutcracker is the Northwest’s favorite holiday tradition. Audiences of all ages are delighted by 200 dazzling dancers, gigantic moving scenery, a full orchestra playing Tchaikovsky’s famous score, and a Christmas story for all ages.
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Nutcracker
November 30 – December 29
30th Anniversary Season!
www.pnb.org or 206.441.2424 for tickets
Choreography: Kent Stowell
Music : P.I. Tchaikovsky
Scenery & Costumes: Maurice Sendak
Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli
Nutcracker Fun Facts
- This is the 30th season of the Stowell/Sendak Nutcracker.
- 220 students dancers from PNB School will perform in Nutcracker this year.
- Founding Artistic Director, Kent Stowell and author/illustrator Maurice Sendak collaborated on PNB’s unique Nutcracker production.
- Over two million people have seen PNB’s Nutcracker.
- The women dance through 500 pairs of pointe shoes in one Nutcracker season.
- More than 200 pounds of snow (fire-proof confetti) fall in the Snow Scene.
- Sendak’s scenery includes 115 props, including: a 27-foot Mouse King made of 17 moving parts, and a two story 950-pound Christmas tree with 1,000 miniature light bulbs.
- Over 190 costumes are worn for one production of Nutcracker.
- Up to ten ballerinas will perform the title role of Clara each season.
Celebrating its 30th birthday this season, Pacific Northwest Ballet can proudly lay claim to the world's most recognized and celebrated productions of Nutcracker. The brilliant result of close collaboration between PNB Founding Artistic Director and choreographer Kent Stowell and renowned children's book author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, PNB's Nutcracker premiered to national acclaim in December 1983. To date, over two million people have attended PNB’s Nutcracker.