WHEN: Thursday, December 22nd at 9:30AM - 12PM
WHERE: Merrill Auditorium, 20 Myrtle Street, Portland, ME 04101
Join us for Maine Homeschool Field Trips' Annual trip to the Victorian Nutcracker!
THE VICTORIAN NUTCRACKER
“A Victorian Nutcracker” is set in Portland in the late 1800s, with the party scene set in the parlor of the Victoria Mansion on Danforth Street, and snow scenes set in Deering Oaks. The local party scene’s decor is modeled after the furnishings at the mansion, which was built in the 1850s and is open to the public. Characters in “The Victorian Nutcracker” are named for real Portland people who lived in the late 1800s. Ruggles Morse, who built Victoria Mansion, is the party host in the production. His niece, Olivia Higgins, is the girl who gets the nutcracker as a present. In most productions, including the Maine State Ballet’s, the little girl is called Clara. https://www.portlandballet.org/vicnut22
This annual production has become a Maine holiday tradition and a family favorite. Over 80 children from the greater Portland community will join the company dancers onstage for a magical show! This is the full-length dress rehearsal performance of the Victorian Nutcracker ballet that is open to school groups.
TICKETS: There are no physical tickets for school performances. The DETAILS email will contain all info on when and where to meet to be admitted with the group.
Early Bird tickets- Until November 11th $11/person Tickets- November 12th- November 23rd $12/person
- Late Registration- After November 23rd $15/person
CANCELLATION: Please contact me to substitute someone from the waitlist before posting tickets online. Thanks! Tickets are non-refundable, but attendee substitutions are permitted up until:
- December 16th at 8 am
COVID-19 | MASKING | VACCINATION: Masks and vaccinations are currently RECOMMENDED. PLEASE NOTE: entry requirements are subject to change, check this page for up-to-date requirements closer to the event. By purchasing tickets you agree to abide by the requirements at the time of the event.
Seating assignments and safety protocols are subject to change in accordance with CDC guidelines. Should social distancing be reinstated or other restrictions change by the time of the performance, PortTIX reserves the right to re-assign seating to meet the requirements of state and local restrictions.
All donations go to help families who would otherwise be unable to participate in a Maine Homeschool Field Trips' educational event.