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San Francisco Youth Ballet Presents The 13th Annual Performance of The Nutcracker

by Kellie Foy
(San Francisco)

Photo by David Uyeda

Photo by David Uyeda

Head over to the Mercy High School Theatre on Saturday, December 14 or Sunday, December 15 to see The San Francisco Youth Ballet Academy's performance of The Nutcracker. This charming, full length version also features Bernadette Torres, Carlo DiDio, former Principals California Ballet Company, Antonio DelGado (California Ballet Company) Brooke Gunn (Joffrey Trainee), and dancers from SF Conservatory of Dance & New West Ballet, San Diego.

This classic performance tells the story of a young woman, Clara. It follows her journey as she dreams about her gift of a toy nutcracker coming to life.

This family friendly two-hour production is the perfect way to introduce young children to this holiday ballet tradition. As a special offer, the first 200 children will go home with a cute Nutcracker gift bag. This is a thank you from us to you and a way to spread the holiday joy!

After the performances, you can also stay for a while and take pictures with the different characters from the performance. It’s a great way to learn more about the program as well as The San Francisco Youth Ballet Academy.

More Show Details & Ticketing Information

This year’s performance includes FOUR shows ONLY!

Saturday December 14, 2013 @ 1pm & 5pm

Sunday December 15, 2013 @ 1pm & 5pm

Tickets for the performance (for both adults and children) are $24 in advance and $26 at the door.

Click this link to head to the San Francisco Youth Ballet’s website to purchase your tickets today.

Tips to Get to This Performance

All shows are at the Mercy High School Theatre at 3250 19th Ave. San Francisco CA 94132. It’s across from the Stonestown Galleria Mall.

The best way to get here is to drive or take the M light rail train from Union Square or downtown San Francisco. It’s a quick two-minute walk south of the Right Of Way/Eucalyptus Dr stop.
About the SF Youth Ballet Academy

The SF Youth Ballet started in 1999. They offer a nurturing environment for students to perfect their craft. They design their curriculum for those wishing to pursue a full time career in ballet. Their unique teaching methods encourage both individual performances and teamwork so all students are ready for the next phase after graduation.

Other Popular Pages

San Francisco Ballet: In addition to the SF Youth Ballet Academy, the SF Ballet is also performing the Nutcracker throughout the month of December. This world-renowned ballet company was the first to perform this classic in the US. Find out more about their performances of The Nutcracker as well as other performances planned for the upcoming months.

Christmas in SF: Are you planning to visit San Francisco for the Christmas Holiday? Here you will discover everything you need to know about visiting SF for this special holiday. Find a list of the best places to enjoy Christmas dinner, a list of attractions open during this holiday and what else you can do this day. In addition, you will also find some of the best things to do for Christmas Eve and what time the attractions close this day.

December Calendar: If you plan on spending more time in San Francisco in December, check out this month’s calendar of events. It’s filled with the best holiday options as well as other fun things to do including tours, museum exhibits and more.

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Thanks for posting!
by: Sarah Wells

We had a chance to attend the ballet this Saturday night. It was fantastic! Thanks for posting this!

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