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By Samantha Silva
Developed with and Directed by Braden Abraham
Charles Dickens should be looking forward to Christmas. When his latest book is a flop, putting both his popularity and finances in peril, his publishers give an ultimatum: write a Christmas book within a month or lose everything. Adapted for the stage from Samantha Silva’s critically acclaimed novel, this tale set in the heart of Victorian England weaves a fictional take on Dickens’ past, present, and future into a comedic and poignant new holiday classic. A world premiere.
Tickets ($32-$108) here.
Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for all performances; see info here.
This performance is designated as sensory friendly. See accessibility info here.
Note the following special dates: opening night (11/30), teen night (12/9), post-show events (12/15, 12/16), Victorian cosplay night (12/20), pre-show book signing (12/21)
And accessible performances: audio described (12/3 matinee), open captions (12/8 night), sensory friendly (12/10 matinee), ASL interpreted (12/17 matinee), mask-required performances (various)
See ticketing page for info
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
As fall settles in, the weather is cooler
You’ve sharpened your pencils, you’ve got a new ruler
Visions of Sugarplums are close behind,
And magic (the sparkly, holiday kind).
Join us for Candy Canes, Snowflakes, and Mice –
A show so fantastic you might see it twice.
The Nutcracker’s coming, this November/December,
A fun family date you’ll be sure to remember!
This performance is designated sensory friendly; see info here.
Location: McCaw Hall (Seattle Center, Mercer St. side)
Tickets ($34-$187) here.