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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Dec 12, 2005.
Did you see it this year?
<yawn> no thanks
Yes, I attended a very delightful far from boring production. I'm generally not a fan of CHaikovsky, though.
I'm hoping to! Me and my best friend are wanting a girl's night out with the Nutcracker.
We took our girls and it was a wonderful experience. It was very tastefully and professionally done!!
My favorite part is the dream play room.
PastorSBC1303, you made me laugh!!
About 8 or 9 years ago, our home school group was able to get $5.00 box seats - yes, just $5.00!!!! - at a San Francisco Ballet performance of the Nutcracker at the Opera House. It was thrilling. We've seen it there 3 or 4 times. Our favorite scene has always been watching the tree grow. I don't know if every live performance includes that but the SF ones always did. My favorite ballet, however, is Swan Lake, but I will stop before I put Pastor SBC to sleep!!
<opening eyes> huh? Did someone say something?
Would y'all keep it down around here, there are pastors trying to sleep
Give me a break.
Come on, Pastor, the scene of the Nutcracker swordfighting with the mouse should keep you riveted!!!
uhh yeah riveted, that is exactly how I would describe it
When my wife lived in Oakland, Ca., her grandmother took her to the Nutcracker in San Francisco every year when she was a little girl.
Our youngest son started collecting the Nutcracker figures when he was a lad, he collected the ones made in Germany. They are pricey, but they are high quality. When he got married and moved away he took them with him.
Nope, saw it last year. Because the holiday season is pretty busy, I must limit the theater I see. This year, the whle family and I went to see a very popular annual Christmas pageant at a large local church in the area.
Oh, and I own two nutcrackers, btw.
I love the nut crackers.
My wife forced me to attend. I requested that she never do so again. (Yes, here in rural Alaska, we still have the Nutcracker.)