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Nutcracker Close Up

Discover the beautiful details of Nutcracker's costumes >>

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Helgi Tomasson's 2004 Nutcracker

The largest production SF Ballet has undertaken >>

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Lew Christensen's 1967 Nutcracker

Elegance, opulence, and a winter wonderland >>

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Lew Christensen's 1954 Nutcracker

Featuring designs by children's book illustrator Leonard Weisgard >>

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Color the Nutcracker

Color Your Own King of the Mice, Nutcracker, and Sugarplum Fairy >>

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Preparation, Pasta, and Pointe Shoes

Follow two Nutcracker dancers from morning class to curtain call. >>

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Which Nutcracker Character Are You?

Are you a Clara, a Fritz, or the King of the Mice? >>

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Nutcracker's Heaviest Tutu

Wearing this tutu is a workout! >>

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The Soldiers of Nutcracker

The toy soldier army in Nutcracker, rank by rank. >>

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Six Steps to a Dreamy Nutcracker with Kids (with Insider Tips!)

No meltdowns here! Make your Nutcracker memories a dream. >>

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Calling All Claras—and Soldiers, Bugs & Buffoons, too!

SF Ballet School wants to reconnect for a special 75th-Anniversary celebration. >>

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Nutcracker Coloring Page

Color your own Sugar Plum Fairy and King of the Mice! >>

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America's First Snow Queen

Celebrating Jocelyn Vollmar >>

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Grin and Bear It

In California, bears are everywhere, including Nutcracker! >>

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Boys & Girls Club Members at the Land of Dreams

Help create the wonder and excitement of the Nutcracker Benefit Luncheon this holiday season  >>

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