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American Ballet Theatre presents "The Nutcracker," American Christmas Cards at Bard Graduate Center, holiday tunes at Carnegie Hall, and more.

This Week at Lincoln Center, George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” begins the holiday season for the New York City Ballet.

Like everything else during the Christmas season, many New York’s theaters also become a winter wonderland. A variety of holiday shows are currently running for both your naughty and nice sides this season. The oldest, and most famous Christmas show is of course, The Nutcracker, seen every December at the New York City Ballet.  The [...]

A list of holiday traditions in New York runs longer than my arm, but two are essential. One is New York City Ballet’s Nutcracker, which always conjures seasonal spirit, even in annual viewings. Another is Doug Elkins’ Fraulein Maria at The Public Theater’s Joe’s Pub, which couldn’t be more of a contrast, but which left [...]

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