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Ballet company on point in ‘The Nutcracker’

Posted: December 14, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: December 14, 2012 2:00 a.m.
The Snow Queen and her snow princesses, left, look on as Marie, played by Anatalia Hordov, is crowned by the Nutcracker, played by Omar Olivas. Around 500 fourth grade students from the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts were treated to a performance of The Nutcracker, presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday.  The Snow Queen and her snow princesses, left, look on as Marie, played by Anatalia Hordov, is crowned by the Nutcracker, played by Omar Olivas. Around 500 fourth grade students from the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts were treated to a performance of The Nutcracker, presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday. 
The Snow Queen and her snow princesses, left, look on as Marie, played by Anatalia Hordov, is crowned by the Nutcracker, played by Omar Olivas. Around 500 fourth grade students from the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts were treated to a performance of The Nutcracker, presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday. 
Fourth grader Crystal Cruz, 9, center, stretches out her leg like a ballet dancer during intermission as she and her Peachland Elementary classmates discuss the performance of “The Nutcracker,” presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday.  Fourth grader Crystal Cruz, 9, center, stretches out her leg like a ballet dancer during intermission as she and her Peachland Elementary classmates discuss the performance of “The Nutcracker,” presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday. 
Fourth grader Crystal Cruz, 9, center, stretches out her leg like a ballet dancer during intermission as she and her Peachland Elementary classmates discuss the performance of “The Nutcracker,” presented by the Santa Clarita Ballet Company at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons in Valencia on Thursday. 
Dancers perform for 500 fourth-grade students of the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts who participated in the student outreach program and were treated to the show.  Dancers perform for 500 fourth-grade students of the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts who participated in the student outreach program and were treated to the show. 
Dancers perform for 500 fourth-grade students of the Newhall and Castaic Union School Districts who participated in the student outreach program and were treated to the show. 
The 12-foot animated character of Madame Gigogne, left, which has several ballerinas hidden underneath its skirt who will play her children, moves across the stage in the second act of the ballet.  The 12-foot animated character of Madame Gigogne, left, which has several ballerinas hidden underneath its skirt who will play her children, moves across the stage in the second act of the ballet. 
The 12-foot animated character of Madame Gigogne, left, which has several ballerinas hidden underneath its skirt who will play her children, moves across the stage in the second act of the ballet. 
Live Oak Elementary School fourth graders from left, Jake Quintant, Jules Gabumpa and Ethan Coyle watch the ballet.  Live Oak Elementary School fourth graders from left, Jake Quintant, Jules Gabumpa and Ethan Coyle watch the ballet. 
Live Oak Elementary School fourth graders from left, Jake Quintant, Jules Gabumpa and Ethan Coyle watch the ballet. 
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