Artistic director Yuri Voldolaga presents this classic staging of the ballet with students from the Greenwich Ballet Academy, performing in White Plains. A 90-minute production.
This year, GBA alumna, Elisabeth Beyer, is returning as a guest artist to dance the lead role of Sugar Plum Fairy. Elisabeth recently won first prize in the International Ballet Competition in Moscow, Russia and also was awarded the prestigious Natalie Makarova Award at the Youth American Grand Prix Finals. Elisabeth’s Sugar Plum Cavalier will be Charlie Clinton, a guest artist from Ellison Ballet in NYC. The part of Drosselmeyer will be played by faculty member, Barry Kerollis, who danced with both Houston Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Performance times are as follows:
- Saturday: 1pm and 6pm
- Sunday: 2pm