ll day long, Cinderella cleans and cooks for her vain stepmother and two greedy stepsisters. When all the young women in the kingdom are invited to a grand ball, where the prince will choose his bride, Cinderella stays at home in her raggedy clothing. Or does she? Who is the beautiful girl who flees the ball at midnight, leaving one shoe on the palace steps?
A delightfully humorous take on a familiar favorite.
new girl in the village is trying to steal Franz from his true love, Swanhilda. But when Swanhilda sneaks inside the shop of toymaker Dr. Coppélius, she learns something very interesting about her rival.
A charming tale about mistakes and forgiveness, set to the delightful music of Léo Delibes.
he entire kingdom is celebrating the birth of Princess Aurora. But someone important was left off the guest list! Only the Lilac Fairy can amend the curse of the enraged Carabosse and lead Prince Florimund to the beautiful girl who has been asleep for 100 years.
Regal costumes, beautiful dancing and fabulous music are the hallmark of this ballet.
ne wintry night, as her family hosts a holiday party, Marie Stahlbaum’s uncle, Herr Drosselmeier, presents her with a special gift: a nutcracker that looks like a valiant soldier. After the party, Marie falls asleep near her new toy and dreams that he comes to life, doing battle with the Mouse Queen and joining Marie on a magical journey through the snow to the Land of the Sweets.
An enchanting holiday tradition with a host of characters and dances, beautiful costumes and wonderful music.
n a village in Spain, the kindly Don Quixote, who loves to read stories about knights and ladies, imagines himself on a quest, during which he battles giants (or are they windmills?) while in search for Dulcinea, the “fair lady” (who may just be the innkeeper’s daughter). Passion, humor and fantastic costumes!
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Last updated - February 4, 2016