Since 1991, the Sebastopol Ballet “Nutcracker” has grown to be a staple of holiday tradition for Sebastopol families and beyond.
Our costumes are all hand-made, we bring in professional guest artists for key roles, and our well-trained students shine on stage. Plus, we infuse our show with comedy, dogs, and constantly changing surprises to ensure an entertaining performance for all.
Friday Dec. 21 @ 7:00pm
Saturday Dec. 22 @ 11:00am & 4:00pm
Sunday, Dec. 23 @ 11:00am
All performances at Analy High School Theater
6950 Analy Ave., Sebastopol (Map)
Matinees include a complimentary Sugar Plum Party for children, with sweet treats and the opportunity to meet the cast in costume! The Sugar Plum Party begins 1 hour before each show.
Please note: Parking at Analy H.S. is limited! Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before evening shows and 45 minutes before matinee shows to allow time for parking and purchasing tickets.
Tickets are on sale now!
Tickets are $15-25 in advance and $20-30 at the door.
To purchase tickets:
- Online via Brown Paper Tickets
- By calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
- To pay by cash or check, you can fill out a mail order form. Completed forms, with payment, can be mailed to or dropped off at Sebastopol Ballet School
December 17 at 9:00am & 11:00am
Santa Rosa High School Theater
MicroNut is a condensed version of The Nutcracker Ballet and attendance has become a tradition for many local schools, senior groups, and more.
Please contact us if you are interested in bringing your group to see MicroNut 2018.
Editor: On Friday night, my wife and I saw the Sebastopol Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker" at the Analy High School auditorium. We are so extremely lucky to have a production of this caliber in Sonoma County. The Sebastopol Ballet's production was far better than some large city productions that I have seen. I urge all who enjoy ballet to go to one of the performances. Bring children so they can experience how incredibly beautiful and fun ballet can be. Wayne Salk, Sebastopol
Letters to the Editor, The Press Democrat, December 2014