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Great Russian Nutcracker Tulsa OK show is a ballet performance of the classic Russian Nutcracker by Moscow Ballet, which has been producing the show for twenty years now and now holding a twentieth anniversary celebratory performance for ballet fans. Moscow Ballet introduced the Nutcracker in 1993 as a touring production with choreography and direction by the former soloist of Bolshoi Ballet, Stanislav Vlasov who gained fame as the ‘Grand Dance Artist’. In its first week of production, the show traveled across the United States performing in all of its main cities where it received favorable reviews and significant success. The production featured the newly designed rolling backgrounds that later inspired the cinematic techniques by Eisenstein.
The Nutcracker was originally premiered in 1892 but did not gain any major success until almost a century later when it was produced by several ballet companies in western countries. Since the 1940s, the show has become one of the most popular Christmas performances with its remarkable score by the great Tchaikovsky and libretto adapted from an E.T.A. Hoffman story. Today, Tchaikovsky’s score is counted among his most popular compositions, particularly the part featured in the ballet suite. The story focuses on a young girl’s Christmas Eve and her stepping into the larger world where she finds romantic love.
You know you cannot have a complete Christmas celebration without The Nutcracker, so just book some Great Russian Nutcracker Tulsa OK tickets and be there to watch the delightful two-act ballet.