National Theater Brno Ballet will perform the 100th reprise of The Nutcracker today

8 December 2022, 2:00
National Theater Brno Ballet will perform the 100th reprise of The Nutcracker today

Today the National Theater Brno Ballet (NTBB) is preparing a day for families with children. The program includes creative workshops, a dance workshop, and the 100th reprise of the ballet The Nutcracker.

The National Theater Brno offers the opportunity to peek “behind the curtain”, meet the main characters, try on costumes, or just spend an afternoon in the Theater with the whole family. Today, Thursday 8 December 2022, will be Family Day with the National Theater Brno Ballet for the production of The Nutcracker. The whole event starts at 16:00 in the foyer of the Janáček Theater.

Family Day Schedule:

Ground floor

16:00 – 17:30 photo wall

16:00 – 17:30 creative workshops

17:00 – 17:30 photo shoot with characters from The Nutcracker

Foyer 1st order

Workshops of dances from The Nutcracker with members of NTBB 2

16:15 – 16:30 Spanish dance

16:40-16:55 Oriental dance

17:00 – 17:15 Russian trepak dance

Foyer 2nd order

From 16:00 to 17:30 you can try on Theater costumes and take photos in them

16:30-17:00 face painting

18:00 – 20:10 The Nutcracker performance

Photo National Theater Brno archive



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