SPECIAL EDITION #49 FOR THIS TIME OF COVID-19 PHYSICAL DISTANCING*

The Nutcracker Returns, Right on Schedule

 

Photo by Liza Voll

 

Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker is moving from stage to screens in a special television network presentation Saturday, November 28 at 7 p.m. on NBC10 Boston and continues on NBC and NECN through Christmas Day. The hour-long version of a production taped in 2019 features narration by “Today Show” anchor Hoda Kotb and Colton Bradford from “Boston’s The Hub.” And yes, your kids can still wear their tiaras while watching.

Anthony Williams’ City Ballet of Boston production of Urban Nutcracker streams four times between Saturday November 28 through Christmas Eve. This updated version of the story, featuring more than 150 performers – local children and professional ballet dancers —  blends Duke Ellington and Tchaikovsky’s scores, and ranges from classical ballet to hip hop and flamenco for a holiday twist.

Cypher 4 Change, 2164 Washington St, second floor, Roxbury, MA
Sunday November 29, 3-6 p.m.
This is a free, in-person, masked event! You must wear a mask! Hosted by Jenny LadyBeast

On Display Global is Heidi Latsky’s annual event marking the United Nations Day of Persons with Disabilities and her commentary on the body as spectacle and society’s obsession with body image.

This year, the event will stream for 24 hours on Tuesday December 3, with local participation by dancers with and without disabilities at the Boston Architectural College from 4-5 PM and at Harvard in the Widener Library rotunda from 7-8 PM.

Watch anytime, for as long as you want, as many times as you want.

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Take advantage of 25% off everything online or in store November 27- 29,  and help sustain a Central Square landmark.


Made for Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, part of a weekly Bhangra dance celebration by Gurdeep Pandher

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