Hawaii Mom Blog: Ballet Hawaii Presents The Nutcracker This Weekend!




December 19, 2015

Ballet Hawaii Presents The Nutcracker This Weekend!

Complimentary tickets received.  All opinions are my own.

I vaguely recall as a little girl putting on my leotard and ballet slippers for ballet lessons.  I quickly grew out of that past time, but my inner ballerina still loves all things ballet which includes holiday favorite The Nutcracker.  My daughter and I watched Ballet Hawaii's The Nutcracker last year and I was so impressed with the amazing production that I looked forward to seeing it again this year.

During most of Act 1, my eight-year-old (who has never aspired to become a ballerina) shifted like a maniac in her seat which made me question why I had not brought another adult.  But my goal of exposing her to a fine art was rewarded when she mindlessly hummed Tchaikovsky during intermission.  

You can't help but feel joy and exuberation when you hear The Nutcracker Suite and seeing it come to life and embodied by the graceful dancers is absoloutely extraordinary.  I loved every minute.  

Ballet Hawaii will have just two more showings of The Nutcracker at the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall.  Make sure not to miss it! You can still get your tickets here.   

Thank you to Ballet Hawaii for the complimentary tickets to The Nutcracker.  All opinions are entirely my own.



  1. Aw yes I love the Nutcracker! My favorite ballet is Swan Lake tho. I know, so basic! xxoo

    1. I've never seen Swan Lake! I'm a ballet newbie. I need to watch it!


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