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‘Mark Foehinger’s Nutcracker Sweets’, A Danced Story-Telling for All Ages
December 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22 at 11am, 1pm, and 4pm
Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, San Francisco
A Bay Area holiday tradition, Mark Foehringer’s Nutcracker Sweets returns to San Francisco’s Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, from December 7 to December 22. This magical, 50-minute danced storytelling, with live music, will delight children of all ages. Choreographer Mark Foehringer and an ensemble cast give a contemporary twist on the classic holiday ballet.
More information at fortmason.org.
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Save 15% on Bay Area Children’s Theatre Holiday Shows
Now – January 2020
Performances in Berkeley, San Francisco and Sunnyvale
Create holiday memories for the entire family with two festive musicals from Bay Area Children’s Theatre. Join Frog and Toad as they swim, sled, bake cookies and romp through a year of comic adventures in this heartwarming tale of friendship. Meanwhile, down in the big construction site, Bulldozer, Excavator, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck and Crane Truck are building a big new home for the fire trucks before Christmas. Both shows are perfect for ages 3 to 10. Construction Site will be in San Francisco through December. Frog and Toad plays in Berkeley now through December, then through January in San Francisco.
More information at bactheatre.org
KQED Members save 15% on tickets with code: KQED15
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