The Goh Ballet The Nutcracker Tickets
Details of The Goh Ballet The Nutcracker and the Ticket Luck value
For holidays one of the most cherished theatrical traditions has been "The Nutcracker" and for Canadian audience it is now the Goh Ballet and Nutcracker. It is the sprightly feel of this show which binds the hearts for life. The Goh Ballet rendition of the traditional Nutcracker has the captured this quality masterfully to become the only authentic Vancouver presentation of this show. The Goh Ballet and Nutcracker tickets sales not just reflect the success of the show but also tell a lot about the worth of the production.
The Goh Ballet Academy is among the few Canadian ballet academies' to create the finest dancing talent with global acclaim. The academy runs under the direction of the illustrious ballet performer Chan Hon Goh. She has been successfully heading this institute since 1994 along with her several successful ventures. The Goh Ballet Academy was actually a vision of Choo Chiat Goh and Lin Yee Goh, who laid the foundation of this company in the late seventies. In the past three decades, the academy enjoyed many proud moments. It was a part of many international acts and collaborated with many dance luminaries to create stage magic.
The Nutcracker is a Tchaikovsky original, showcased for the first time in the nineteenth century. It was adapted from E.T.A. Hoffmann's fairy tale the Nutcracker and the Mouse King. The choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov skillfully turned the plot into a classical dance show which later on became the theatrical masterpiece lasting through many generations. This story was actually asked to turn into a musical ballet after the smashing success of Sleeping Beauty. The duo of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Marius Petipa did the trick for the first time and with the Nutcracker they were expected to recreate the magic that captivated masses the first time.
The Goh Ballet and Nutcracker is a lighthearted tale aimed at children as evident from its colorful presentation and vivacious music. The ballet has all the elements to be a family entertainer. The story is set on a Christmas Eve, ornamented with all the elements of Christmas; the festive carols are being sung and the entire town is covered with colorful lighting over the white snow. The children are excitedly waiting for the festivities to begin and most importantly for gifts. The story reaches its climax when a mysterious figure enters the neighborhood with a giant sack driving everyone's attention toward him. The children are particularly fascinated by this development and to their delight he is the renowned toymaker carrying gifts for them. The most interesting are the dancing life-like dolls which captivate youngsters and adults equally.
The entire neighborhood gets into the groove enjoying the merrymaking in a grand way. The like size dolls are taken away from the children at the end of performance to be kept safe. The children find it hard to part with these dolls especially Clara and Fritz. The toymaker senses the disappointment and leaves with them a special gift - a wooden nutcracker. Clara holds the wooden nutcracker as a prized possession but Fritz impatiently snatches it from her. Fritz, in his abrasiveness, breaks it down dampening Clara's spirit even further. The children get home where another exciting surprise waits for them.
The Goh Ballet and Nutcracker attempt was initially considered ambitious but their skillful emulation wiped out all the doubts. The Goh Ballet and Nutcracker has been one of their biggest productions with a large number of artists participating in it. This production has opened up new opportunities for the local artists where they can showcase their talent and has gradually become a holiday tradition for the Vancouver audience as well. This season the Goh Ballet and Nutcracker tickets sales have begun way before the holiday season hinting towards an early success of show. Get ready to see the finesse and elegance of Goh ballerinas in this attractive tale. It is going to be colorful celebration with toys dancing along with townsmen to the tunes of Tchaikovsky.