Moscow Ballets Great Russian Nutcracker
Nutcracker Tickets in Poplar Bluff
Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is the international Christmas experience renowned for Russian technique and production value. With Great Russian Nutcracker events in over 150 cities across the United States and Canada, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is ubiquitous in North America and is recognized as setting the standard for Nutcracker productions across the world.
Presenting at The Tinnin Fine Arts Center, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker in Poplar Bluff is a treat for the whole family!
Tinnin Fine Arts Center
Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is performed at the Nelson B.-Brent B. Tinnin Fine Arts Center. Since it was built in 1997, it has enhanced the lives of tens of thousands of people through offerings of performing and visual arts and the humanities. The Nelson B.-Brent B. Tinnin Center was named after the husband and son, respectively, of major contributor Lora Tinnin. The Fine Arts Center houses a concert-quality, 500-seat theater, an art gallery, studio spaces, and classrooms. The Tinnin Center theater has hosted a wide variety of performances, including national touring productions of Shakespeare plays, a Broadway musical, ballet companies, chamber orchestras, acrobats, and musical performers from concert pianists to bluegrass pickers. Since 2002, most of these performances have been made possible by the Patrons of the Arts Society, a philanthropic organization that raises money to bring to the region a variety of cultural opportunities.
Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker
Moscow Ballet has toured the United States and Canada during the holiday season since 1993 and is exclusively represented by Talmi Entertainment Inc for these tours. There are 70 to 80 Russian-trained classical dancers on the annual N.A. tour who fly in from the former republic of Russia. Stanislav Vlasov, a former principal artist of the Bolshoi Ballet, was the first artistic director on the North American tour in 1993. Vlasov’s debut in the United States was at Carnegie Hall in 1957.