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28.5.2012 | Culture

Fall in love with theatre

Fall in love with theatre

Fall in love with theatre

The classic ballet, The Nutcracker will be taking stage once again on November 25. It first premiered in Tartu’s Vanemuine Theatre in November 2004. The beloved classic takes the audience to the Christmas preparations of Petter and Lotta, whose holiday turns into an incredible journey with new friends. Enjoy the other ballet classic, Sleeping Beauty. Both The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty are ballets composed by the Russian legend Pjotr Tšaikovski.

Worth mentioning is also Mary Poppins. For more information, including performance dates visit: http://www.vanemuine.ee

 

TEXT REETTA SAHLMAN, PHOTOS ALAN PROOSA

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