Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker – Dove of Peace Tour” is the perfect way
to start your holiday season. Watch as 40 classically-trained dancers deliver
an unforgettable performance set to Tchaikovsky’s complete score. Moscow Ballet’s
unique two-person Dove of Peace character, with its breathtaking 20-feet wing span,
takes Masha (Clara) on a worldwide journey in search of peace and harmony in the
performance’s second act. Hand-painted sets, lavish costumes, Russian snow maidens
and jubilant nesting dolls add wonderment to the experience that The New York Times
says leaves “kids wide-eyed with delight!”
Nationally-touring productions that exhibit the quality seen on Broadway. These are the same tours that play in markets like Pittsburgh.
Content and performance elements are suitable for the entire family. However, not all family events are recommended for children under the age of five.
WVU Creative Arts Center
Rows A-F = $70
Rows G-GG = $52
CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS: Subscribe online now through Aug. 24
You must have purchased a a 2017-2018 subscription to be considered a Current Subscriber
and will receive additional information by direct mail. Current Subscriber priority
date is Aug. 10
FIRST-TIME SUBSCRIBERS: Subscribe online starting Aug. 13
Packages begin at four events. With our new online subscription process, you not
only choose the events you want to see but, for the first time ever, you determine
your own seat location! The online subscription also allows you to choose your
ticket delivery method (printed tickets by mail, print-at-home tickets, e-tickets
delivered to your phone), transfer your tickets to friends and family, donate
your ticket to charity, and resell our tickets through Ticketmaster.
Single Event Tickets will go on sale Aug. 27 at 10 a.m.
Remember, every year the best seats in the house sell out through subscriptions
because Subscribers get priority seating.
The University Arts Series is presented by