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See Shumka’s Nutcracker on the Big Screen

Dec 1, 2022 | News, Canada, Featured, Arts & Culture

Carollers from Shumka’s Nutcracker

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Shumka is taking 2022 to re-imagine set pieces and costumes, and with the uncertainty of bringing guest artists from Kyiv Ballet and Virsky due to the war on Ukraine, Shumka’s Nutcracker will be a cinematic experience in 2022. Shumka’s Nutcracker on Film will be on the big screen on December 17 at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium with festivities beginning at 6pm.

Hopak from Shumka’s Nutcracker

Celebrate in style at an elegant family-friendly evening including kids’ crafts, balloon artists, storytelling, photos with costumed characters, roving carolers, games of chance, and more. Watch the magic of Shumka’s Nutcracker on the big screen, with special guest appearances by Shumka and others. And enjoy specialty Christmas cocktails and a visit to the Land of Sweets & Treats as you catch up with family and friends. Stop by the Gift Shop and bid on unique Gift Baskets for the holiday season.

Pas des deux from Shumka’s Nutcracker

Tickets for Shumka’s Nutcracker on Film are $50 (ages 12+), $25 (6-12year), and children 5 and under are free (a ticket is still required, option at checkout). Visit Shumka.com for tickets.

Proceeds go to the Shumka Nutcracker Rebuild Fund to “bring the magic back to the stage” in December 2023 with Shumka’s Nutcracker on Tour performing in Camrose, Victoria, and Edmonton.

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Nadia Prokopiw
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