South Shore Ballet Theatre Presents Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Parties

Dancers from South Shore Ballet Theatre’s production of “The Nutcracker” entertain a full house crowd
at its Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party, 2021. Courtesy image.

South Shore Ballet Theatre (SSBT), the region’s pre-professional ballet school, presents two magical, family-friendly “Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Parties” on Saturday, December 3, with seatings from 11 am to 12 noon, and from 1 to 2 pm, at Hingham Community Center, 70 South Street, Hingham.

Conjure up visions of sugar plums with the young and young-at-heart and capture the magic of the holiday season by enjoying afternoon tea hosted by the Sugar Plum Fairy herself! Guests are invited to enjoy delicious treats as they take in a costumed dancer preview performance with excerpts from SSBT’s beloved annual holiday tradition production of “The Nutcracker”.  Guests mingle with the beautifully costumed dancers in the fairytale-like setting, an unforgettable afternoon for all!

SSBT’s “The Nutcracker” performs Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18, at Thayer Academy’s Center for Performing Arts in Braintree. Enjoy the holiday magic with the whole family. Tickets are affordably priced between $20 to $30, available beginning November 15 at 29965.danceticketing.com/landing.cfm.

Guests enter a land of swirls and sweets at SSBT’s
Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party, 2021. Courtesy image.

Tickets to the “Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Parties,” are $25 per seat, available beginning November 1.  Hingham Community Center is fully accessible with free parking available on site.  For more information about the venue, visit hinghamcommunitycenter.org.

A ballerina awaits guests who are arriving at
SSBT’s Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party, 2021.
Courtesy image

For more information about South Shore Ballet Theatre, its programs, tuition, scholarships, and performances, visit SouthShoreBalletTheatre.com, call 781-312-7224, or follow South Shore Ballet Theatre on social media.

About South Shore Ballet Theatre

Founded in 2008, South Shore Ballet Theatre (SSBT) is the South Shore region’s pre-professional ballet school featuring world class faculty, training tomorrow’s dancers today!  SSBT’s mission is to provide students and their families with the opportunity to develop an appreciation of ballet and related dance disciplines in a safe and nurturing environment, encouraging students to strive to achieve their fullest potential, regardless of course of study.

SSBT students frequently take the performance stage including the beloved full-length production of “The Nutcracker”, their annual Spring Gala and throughout the year collaboratively with local schools and arts programs, sharing the appreciation of dance with the local community.

Guests enter a land of swirls and sweets at SSBT’s
Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party, 2021. Courtesy image.

SSBT staff are committed to supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. All students are welcome regardless of appearance, gender, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability. SSBT maintains an open-door policy so that all individuals may join the SSBT community and share this art form.

SSBT’s programs include American Ballet Theatre’s (ABT®) National Training Curriculum, a breakthrough nine-level program that combines high quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child development.  The National Training Curriculum consists of a comprehensive set of age-appropriate, outcome-based guidelines to provide the highest quality ballet training to dance students of all ages and skill levels.

For more information about South Shore Ballet Theatre, its programs, tuition, scholarships, and performances, visit SouthShoreBalletTheatre.com, call 781-312-7224, or follow South Shore Ballet Theatre on social media.