The Nutcrackers sells out Alberta Bair Theater
After missing last year because of COVID, Tchiakovsky’s Nutcracker ballet returned to Billings on Saturday.
The Billings Symphony invited the San Diego Ballet and local dancers from the School of Classical Ballet in Billings to perform “The Nutcracker”
This is the first year all three shows have sold out, with more than 4,000 expected to attend, according to Symphony management.
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