December 16, 2015
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No, you’re not having a Folio Weekly flashback (though those are way fun, albeit neuron-destroying). Yes, we Our Picked a different Nutcracker performance last week. Why? We love the Nutcracker, that’s why! Any time there are rats dancing, count us in. In keeping with its 40-year tradition, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra presents First Coast Nutcracker Ballet, featuring local dancers joining the symphony in staging Tchaikovsky’s Christmas tale. Tell ’em those zany Nutcracker Addicts at Folio Weekly sent ya! 

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