Special 10th Anniversary Benefit Performance
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 @ 7:30 pm
Join us in celebrating 10 years!
Directed and choreographed by Daniel Catanach.
Tickets: $100, $250, $500
“Exuberance and sweetness carry the day.” Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times
Dream Catcher $100 Donation
Complimentary Benefit Admission
Complimentary After Party Admission
Performance Program/Website Acknowledgment
Snow Queen $250 Donation
All Dream Catcher Benefits Plus:
Performance Souvenir T-shirt
Sugar Plum $500 Donation
All Snow Queen Benefits Plus:
Special Backstage Cast Introduction
To commemorate the 10th annual season of Nutcracker in the Lower a 10th performance has been added to the lineup, featuring Special Guest Urban Ballet Theater Alumni including Amar Ramasar of the New York City Ballet and 10 years of returning cast members. Following the performance, audience members are invited onstage to celebrate and relive the Nutcracker in the Lower, joining the Party Scene with cast members.
Urban Ballet Theater is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. The non-deductible portion of this evening’s after party/performance ticket is $30.
Tickets are $20 for all other performances:
November 26 & 27; December 3 & 4
November 26 & 30; December 1-3
To purchase tickets visit theatermania.com or call 212-352-3101.
For information and group sales please call (212) 598-0400 x222, or visit abronsartscenter.org.
Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street at Pitt Street; New York, NY 10002.
Trains: F/M or J/Z to Delancey/Essex; B/D to Grand Street.
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About Urban Ballet Theater
Urban Ballet Theater was formed to develop ballet and other performance projects that give voice to artists and performers expressing a unique vision of urban life, the inner city and all aspects of contemporary society. Company members are emerging artists and performers whose work creates contemporary, relatable figures and urban storytelling. UBT coordinates public performances of such projects to a vast range of audiences, particularly those outside the traditional ballet and theater audiences. For more information visit urbanballettheater.org.
About the Abrons Arts Center
The Abrons Arts Center is a division of Henry Street Settlement, which has provided socialservices and artistic programming to Manhattan’s Lower East Side since 1893. Abrons opened in1975 to house Henry Street’s visual and performing arts alongside its community-based arts training. The performing arts program inherits the century-long legacy of the Neighborhood Playhouse, where some of the most adventurous artists have trained, taught, or performed, including Laurie Anderson, John Cage, Aaron Copland, Dizzy Gillespie, Martha Graham, Philip Glass, Alicia Keyes, Alwin Nikolais, Lou Reed, Denzel Washington, and Orson Welles. Today Abrons’ programming includes modern dance, new music, avant-jazz, burlesque, cabaret, experimental theater, and all manners of downtown performance. The Artist Workspace Program provides performing artists with free rehearsal space to develop challenging new projects and mount public showings of these works-in-progress. For more information visit abronsartscenter.org.