This winter, December 9–11, Bossov Ballet Theatre (BBT) will perform a complete version of The Nutcracker at the Waterville Opera House, an established tradition in the area for more than 25 years.
Artistic Director Natalya Getman strives to create new choreography each year to keep the show fresh and engaging for their audiences. For those who have been following BBT for a long time, there will always be new, exciting, and captivating nuances to enjoy. This year’s international cast is formed by dancers from Japan, Germany, Russia and Mexico, as well as different states across the country. Treat your family to this enchanting story and join in the mysterious journey of Marie to the Land of Magic, where toy soldiers, dancing mice, delicious treats, and the Sugar Plum Fairy are brought to life by the magic of Uncle Drosselmeyer. This classical ballet—set to Tchaikovsky’s timeless score—continues to delight audiences year after year.
Beginning on December 9, evening performances will take place on Friday and Saturday at 7:00pm., and matinees are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at 2:00pm. Tickets are available online at https://www.watervillecreates.org/shows/nutcracker-2022/, by phone at (207) 873-7000, or at the Box Office at Hathaway Creative Center, 10 Water St, Suite 106 from 12-5pm, Monday through Friday.
Led by Artistic Director Natalya Getman, Bossov Ballet Theatre at Maine Central Institute is both a performing company and an international pre-professional ballet school. The program offers students a unique opportunity to study and perform classical ballet as part of the academic curriculum, allowing them to earn full academic credit for ballet training. For more information about Bossov Ballet Theatre, please visit www.mci-school.org/artsbossov-ballet/bbt.