Date: Sun, December 20, 2020
Price: $15 adult/$12 student plus $3.75 per ticket fee
This show has been cancelled. If you purchased tickets please check your email from our box office regarding your options.
If you are a ticket holder for the May 9 show, your options are (please select one):
- Donate my tickets. The Capitol Center, like most nonprofit organizations, runs a lean, efficient operation, but as a presenting theatre much of our cash is tied up in advance ticket sales for performances – when those shows cancel, the financial impact can be devastating. If you are in a position to do so, please consider donating the value of your tickets to the Capitol Center for the Arts to help keep this community resource afloat during this challenging time. If you would like to turn your tickets into a tax-deductible charitable donation to the Capitol Center click here: DONATE
- Refund my ticket purchase to a gift card. We’d love to see you back for a show in the future! If you would like to receive a credit for use toward a future ticket purchase in the form of a digital gift card attached to your account click here: GIFT CARD
- Receive a refund. We understand if the best option for you at this time is to receive a refund. If you purchased your tickets with a credit card, your account will be credited. If you purchased your tickets with cash or a check, you will be mailed a refund check. If you would prefer a refund for the full amount click here: REFUND
If you purchased your tickets via a third-party reseller, rather than directly from us, you will need to follow up with them.
On Christmas Eve, Marie receives a nutcracker doll as a gift. In her dreams, the toy turns into a courageous and charming prince, who takes the girl on an unforgettable adventure. This eternal holiday classic is the Bolshoi’s ode to wonder and imagination inviting audiences of all ages to be carried away on an enchanting journey of their dreams with young Marie and her Prince through a whirlwind of snowflakes, an intense battle against a Mouse King, and finally, a kingdom of delights on the Bolshoi’s majestic stage.