A Holiday Mashup:
Mix it up with this new holiday classic!
The Story: Clara receives a prized wooden nutcracker during a holiday party at her Victorian home. Once she falls asleep, her dream takes her into a world with wizards, toy soldiers, mice, and a sugar plum fairy. Instead of Candy Land, Clara finds herself in a modern hip-hop land dancing with characters who don’t look or dance the way they do back home! The Performers: A cast of 35 all-star hip-hop artists join The Tribe and Poise’n to present the score and story with a contemporary flavor. Sanders and Martinez, dance partners who met at the Academy of Villains, incorporate their dance and hip-hop backgrounds into the performance, fusing love, holiday spirit, community, and even a little magic.
Tchaikovsky music still reigns supreme with several new twists and reimaginings brought to life by choreographers Alee Martinez and Issac ‘Stuck’ Sanders. Co-Founders and directors of The Tribe and Poise’n, both Martinez and Sanders have a rich dance and hip hop history. They mix the iconic pieces of the story and Tchaikovsky’s score (with some added twists) and create explosive hip-hop dance.
Saturday, December 17th, 7pm
Sunday, December 18th, 1pm
2215 Broadway, Redwood City
Tickets $50 - $70
Discount of $5-off for seniors (age 65+) and juniors (18 and below).
Questions about tickets, contact: (650) 342-3262
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PBT performances are very popular and have been targeted by unauthorized ticketing outlets.
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We follow all Covid Protocols in place at the time of Performance. Currently San Mateo County has no restrictions in place. However should that change be prepared to show proof of Covid Vaccination.
Masks are not required but recommended.
* Subject to change before performance date
The Fox Theatre renovations included
A state-of-the-art HVAC system containing 34 Merv 13 filters and Bio Ionization technology to trap very fine particles, potential allergens, bacteria, and viruses.
Hospital grade UVC sanitizing lights installed throughout the theater and operated following each thorough cleaning when the theater is empty.
All Restrooms updated to touchless technology
Hand sanitizing stations throughout the theater and restrooms.
We follow all recommendations from San Mateo County regarding audience requirements at time of performance