Check back next year for this fantastic holiday event!
The Nutcracker Tea
December 17, 2011
Two Sittings: 10:30 am & 1:30 pm
The Westin Annapolis
Tea time with the ballet and Santa! Become a kid again as you enter the grand Westin Hotel, decked for the holidays and eager to spread Christmas cheer. Don's miss the incredible gingerbread model of Annapolis and an array of delectable treats. And for the kids...hot chocolate, of course, with the works!
- Characters from the Ballet Theatre of Maryland's Nutcracker cast will greet guests and take pictures with the children.
- The Nutcracker will then come to life as the ballerinas perform excerpts of the actual performance, coming to Maryland Hall.
- To top it off, there will be a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus with a special reading of The Night Before Christmas.
A portion of the proceeds benefit:
Register now! This event sells out quickly!
Tickets are $42 regardless of age. This ticket is not tax deductible. Reserve seats or a table for your family and friends before the holiday rush. Tables of 10 can be reserved for $420. Call 410-267-9390 to reserve special seating.
Seating Requests: We will make every effort to honor your request, but cannot guarantee your seating assignment.
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