2017-2018 season

THE NUTCRACKER
WITH THE RAINIER SYMPHONY BALLET ORCHESTRA
DECEMBER 2-3 & 9-10, 2017 AT 2PM

Northshore Performing Arts Center
18125 92nd Ave. NE, Bothell, WA 98011

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Emerald Ballet Theatre is proud to present its eleventh annual production of The Nutcracker, featuring brand-new sets, gorgeous costumes, talented professional and youth performers, and the rousing Rainier Symphony Ballet Orchestra. 

The Northshore Performing Arts Center in Bothell provides excellent views of the stage from every seat, and parking is ample, close and free. Tickets are $22 for youth under 17, $38 for seniors and $43 for adults. Continue  or start  a family tradition with EBT.

View images from last year’s performance here.

Bravo, EBT! I went to Saturday’s Nutcracker and was SO impressed with the quality of your dancing and acting! The full pit orchestra was terrific and your entire production was utterly professional. Thank you for all your fine work!
— Ward Brannman

DRESS REHEARSAL FOR NON-PROFIT CHILDRENS GROUPS AND VETERANS:

Get a closer look at the world of ballet and live theatre! For the fifth consecutive year, EBT invites non-profit children’s groups and veterans to attend our dress rehearsal on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets are general admission and seating begins at 9:45 a.m. Please note that because this is a dress rehearsal, some stops/repeats should be expected.  

Tickets are $15 each for 10-20 tickets, and $12 each for 21+ tickets. Minimum order for children’s groups is 10 tickets. Tickets are sold through EBT, not NPAC. Please mail in the order form below, or email tickets@emeraldballet.org for more information. 

Thank you so much for opening the dress rehearsal to non-profits in the area. It was absolutely wonderful and our community kids LOVED it! We were so proud of them and look forward to bringing them again next year.
— Alice Casson, Director of Operations, Hand in Hand/Safe Place

SPRING SHOW: LES SYLPHIDES/Peter and the WOLF
DATE AND LOCATION TBA

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EBT’s end-of-the-year performance is a mixed bill of Les Sylphides and Peter and the Wolf. Stay tuned for more information.