December 14, 2016
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Since its debut in 1892, The Nutcracker ballet has become a holiday season staple that is as ubiquitous as candy canes, gingerbread houses and Folio Weekly staffers spiking their egg nog with Ibogaine in the hopes of making Santa Claus their “spirit guide.” While there are many worthy productions of this classic ballet, The First Coast Nutcracker is an annual fave for more than 40 years, featuring the Jacksonville Symphony along with the area’s finest young dancers. 

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