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The Nutcracker Ballet is based on the book called "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" written by E.T.A. Hoffman. In 1891, the legendary choreographer Marius Petipa commissioned Tchaikovsky to write the music for the Nutcracker Ballet. In 1892, the first showing of the Nutcracker took place at the Mariinsky Theatre of Russia, home of the Kirov Ballet.
The Nutcracker made its way to Western Europe in the 1930's and to America by 1940, performed by Ballet Russe. The first American full length Nutcracker was performed by the San Francisco Ballet, choreographed by W. Christensen. The Nutcracker has since become an annual Holiday tradition.
Now the spirit of every Atlanta holiday season is a trip to the Fox to see Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker. Featuring more than 200 of Atlanta's young dancers and the Atlanta Ballet orchestra, this lavishly produced extravaganza is packed with dazzling visual imagery and glorious music, making Nutcracker a must-see for generations of Atlanta theatre-goers.