Cambridge Ballet Company to present ‘The Nutcracker’

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The role of Clara this year is being performed by Lilly Roser.

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Ballet Company (CBC), under the artistic direction of Jessica Hindman-Wheatley, will perform The Nutcracker, a traditional Christmas ballet, at the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Auditorium on Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. and Dec. 20 at 3 p.m.  Tickets are available for advanced purchase at the Eastern Shore Dance Academy for $10; also offering 2-day advanced tickets for a discounted amount of $18. Reserved Seating is available for $15/ticket; these are only available for advance purchase. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door on the day of each show for $12. The purchase of advanced tickets will be offered until Dec. 17.

The cast of over 30 dancers have practiced the upcoming production’s choreography for months re-creating the story of Clara and her family during a magical evening on Christmas Eve. The role of Clara this year is being performed by Lilly Roser. In addition to all the practices necessary to make this a great show, the company cast and families have worked selflessly during the summer and fall months to raise funds in an effort to support escalating production costs. Production costs include rental of the venue, costumes, props, crews for lighting and sound, programs and flyers, etc.

Holiday traditions observed every year in our town are the Christmas Parade, the Dorchester All-County Choral and Band Concerts, church services and The Nutcracker. The Ballet Company is looking forward to the community coming out and experiencing this wonderful Christmas tradition together!

The Cambridge ballet company is a 501 3c not-for-profit organization. Any monetary, tax-deductible donation will be accepted at and may be mailed directly to, ESDA 3093 Beverly Lane, Suite E, Cambridge, MD 21613. For more information, please call 410-221-0037.

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