The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition is coming to the Rose Theatre in Brampton just in time for the holiday season.
On December 17, 2019 at 7 p.m., experience Klara’s magical journey with her nutcracker prince; a classic story with a Canadian twist.
Created by acclaimed choreographer Bengt Jörgen in collaboration with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, this production is a stunning combination of ballet and classical music on a backdrop of iconic Canadian winter paintings, which include Franklin Carmichael’s Church and Houses at Bisset (1931), Tom Thompson’s Snow in the Woods (1916), and L.L. Fitzgerald’s Trees and Wildflowers (1922).
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