George Balanchine's The Nutcracker®

On stage NOV 23 – DEC 30.
Tickets for this timeless holiday classic now available. Buy early for best seats.

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Entry to George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® requires a New York City Ballet ticket printed by the David H. Koch Theater. E-tickets, print-at-home tickets, and copies of tickets are not valid and will not be accepted.

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Maria Interview

Anatomy of a Dance: Harrison Coll on EASY

Easy is a deceptive name for Justin Peck’s ballet, says Harrison Coll, with moves that are like a corkscrew and a jump that feels like snowboarding. The trick is making it look as simple as slipping on some sneakers and grooving. See Easy on the La Sylphide program, SEPT 29 mat & eve, 30, OCT 2, 3.

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Family Saturdays

On OCT 13 at 11 AM, take a sneak peek behind the curtain and learn about the daily life of New York City Ballet’s dancers. This program will give your family an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the development of a dancer from young student to professional. Find out about the dancers’ training, daily preparation, and what it’s like to perform onstage at Lincoln Center.

Anatomy of a Dance: SYMPHONY IN C with Sara Mearns

Sara Mearns describes the near-psychic connection that exists between herself and her partner when dancing the adagio in Symphony in C. On stage this Fall as part of the the All Balanchine program, SEPT 21, 22 eve, 26.