20:18 > 12:00

40th Annual The Nutcracker

This performance has passed. Please see some of our upcoming shows below.

This 2021/2022 season is Canyon Concert Ballet’s 42nd year as Fort Collins' premiere ballet company and dance school.  As a particularly American embraced tradition, CCB’s treasured production of The Nutcracker includes 125 dancers, 250 beautiful costumes, special effects, fantastic lighting, and sets and features our own Fort Collins’ gem, the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Wes Kenney.  It has dazzled old and new audiences in Fort Collins for 40 years.  Start your holiday off with a special treat that is sure to please audiences of all ages with mystery, battles, and beautiful ballerinas in sparkling tutus!

About The Nutcracker
“The Nutcracker” follows a young girl, Clara, through her adventures on Christmas Eve during a party visited by her mysterious Uncle Drosselmeyer.  Life size dolls and toy soldiers create an evening that grows even more fantastical as she falls asleep and witnesses toy soldiers battling mice and rats.  A journey through the Land of Snow leads her to a world led by the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier, and filled with dancing candies and sweets performing for her and her soldier prince.

The Nutcracker Attendance Policy:
All patrons age 3 and older attending Canyon Concert Ballet performances must provide either proof of full vaccination* against COVID-19 with photo/student ID, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted by a lab or recognized test provider** taken within 72 hours of the performance start time with photo/student ID. IDs are not required for children under 16.

*People are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 14 days or more after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series currently authorized for use by the FDA and WHO OR 14 days or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine that is currently authorized for use by the FDA and WHO.

**We will not accept home tests as proof of a negative COVID result. Acceptable proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test result may include PCR and antigen tests, including rapid tests, from recognized test providers or laboratories (like Walgreens, urgent care facilities, hospitals, Larimer County testing sites, etc.) that show the patient’s name, type of test performed, date of test and negative test result along with a government issued photo ID or school ID for youth.

Per the public health order as issued by Larimer County, all persons entering The Lincoln Center three years of age and older must wear masks. This includes patrons, volunteers, staff and vendors. Patrons may unmask when actively consuming food or beverages where permitted in the venue.


Categories: Dance , Family Friendly , All Shows