Image courtesy of Olympic Performance Group                                For their latest reinvention of the holiday classic, Olympic Performance Group has created a new, international version of “The Nutcracker,” which is set to take the stage at the North Kitsap Auditorium (1881 NE Hostmark Street in Poulsbo) for five performances starting Saturday, Dec. 17.

Image courtesy of Olympic Performance Group For their latest reinvention of the holiday classic, Olympic Performance Group has created a new, international version of “The Nutcracker,” which is set to take the stage at the North Kitsap Auditorium (1881 NE Hostmark Street in Poulsbo) for five performances starting Saturday, Dec. 17.

Olympic Performance Group creates new, international ‘Nutcracker’ show

  • Monday, November 14, 2016 9:52am
  • Life

For their latest reinvention of the holiday classic, Olympic Performance Group has created a new, international version of “The Nutcracker,” which is set to take the stage at the North Kitsap Auditorium (1881 NE Hostmark St. in Poulsbo) for five performances starting Saturday, Dec. 17.

Now in its 11th season, this year’s unique rendition of the classic story introduces audience members to a charismatic explorer and his entertaining sidekick who take them around the globe, delighting with fresh takes on traditional dance and performance.

From a visit to a Bollywood party and a contemporary celebration highlighting Mexican heritage, to tumbling karate dolls and graceful ballerinas dancing under the moon, there is something for everyone this year. Even a giant puppy brings on the fun, delighting all ages with his antics.

Tickets are on sale now. The cost is $15 for youth, students and military members, $18 for seniors and $20 for adults.

Performances will be 2 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17 and Sunday, Dec. 18 and 2 p.m. only on Monday, Dec. 19.

Visit www.olympicperformancegroup.org to learn more or to buy tickets.

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