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UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 1, 2018

Review: Disney ‘Nutcracker’ movie is like ‘Alice in Wonderland’ meets Cirque du Soleil

In the end, “Nutcracker” is a delightfully old-school diversion. The plot may not always hum with the clockwork precision of one of Drosselmeyer’s mechanical toys, but like a music box, …

Auditions Sunday for Symphony’s “Nutcracker”

Local children with visions of sugar plums can tryout for parts in annual Christmas show.

Classic Christmas magic

It’s a holiday tradition: Every year before Christmas, several different productions of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s ballet “The Nutcracker” come out of the woodwork, each of them attempting to put its own …

Dancer working to keep ballet career on point

Elizabeth Mick waited until her senior year at Lewis and Clark High School to get serious about dancing as a career – late for a ballerina, she said. She’s 5-foot-4 …

Spokane Symphony’s ‘Nutcracker’ to feature 76 youth dancers

Seventy-six local dancers are preparing for Christmas and the Spokane Symphony’s annual production of “The Nutcracker.” The dancers were among 115 children, ages 6-18, who auditioned for Peggy Goodner Tan, …

For dozens locally, ‘Nutcracker’ offers crack at professional ballet

If the angels on stage during “The Nutcracker” look angelic, it’s not necessarily because they are. They’ve been practicing those facial expressions, along with a show’s worth of choreography (more …

Spokane Symphony’s upcoming season features Titanic tribute

The Spokane Symphony’s 2011-’12 season will offer a healthy variety of symphonic standards and new works, a touch of jazz and country-western, a new “Nutcracker” dance partner and location, and …