Audrey Loves NYC & The Nutcracker Ballet

Audrey’s lived in NYC for several months now and she’s still smiling! She loves living there and why not, especially now in NYC’s festive December with the famous Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, and the Nutcracker Ballet at the Joffrey Ballet School.


Audrey, Mom and The Tree

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Top of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

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The Joffrey Ballet Trainees

The Nutcracker

Students from the Joffrey Ballet School’s Children’s, Youth Ballet and Ballet Trainee Program will present the full two act holiday tradition, “The Nutcracker.”

Performance Dates:
Friday, Dec. 12th, 2014 @ 7pm
Sat., Dec. 13th, 2014 @ 2pm & 7pm
Sun., Dec.14th, 2014 @ 1pm & 5pm

Location: NYU Skirball Center   Length: 1.5 hours (15 minute intermission)


Audrey is a Russian dancer in the ballet, and she’s  smiling even more. We get it, Audrey, you love to dance!

It’s obvious, we love to see photos of you dancing and having fun with your fellow Joffrey Ballet friends, and a special edition this time, photos with Mom & Dad!

About C.E.Robinson

I'm a retired nurse practitioner as of 2013, and a full time novel writer since then. I added blogger in 2014 and started the blog site Before Sundown remember what made you smile. From the beginning, I was overjoyed that Before Sundown was honored with awards, and blog tours. It kept me connected to dedicated worldwide followers, and I'm grateful for their likes, comments and reblogs of my posts. I write posts to support fellow bloggers, friends and family--their books, interests, professions and travels. Overtime, I've added excerpts from WIPs as a co-author, and a final version (2021) of the first three pages of my book, Sunset Inn - a secret keeper's tale Next, on to publishing and then maybe a screenplay. The collections of sunsets/sunrises on the Welcome page came from blogger friends all over the world. I wanted visitors to remember what made them smile Before Sundown. What better way than to offer them breathtaking sunsets or sunrises?
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14 Responses to Audrey Loves NYC & The Nutcracker Ballet

  1. Jodi says:

    You must be so proud! How exciting for Audrey!

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  2. Absolutely! And the lucky girl is living it!


  3. One of my favorite places in the world. My daughter has lived there now for 5 years. I spent some time there this weekend and realized that my dream city, while a great place to visit, has become a nightmare for her. The crowds, the lights, the smells, the pace…exciting to me, are crushing her spirit, and she is looking to leave. Happy for your granddaughter, hers is quite an adventure. NYC is a mixed bag of tricks.

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    • Van, yes, visiting is fun but living there is another story for many people. Sorry that it’s not working out for your daughter. Good that she tried, and will be onto another adventure sometime soon. Audrey has a set plan as a trainee at Joffrey, but after that who knows. She may see NYC in a different light on her own in the big city.

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  4. AMAZING!!! What an iconic piece – she must have been so excited 🙂

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  5. There is nothing in the world like Christmas in NYC! What a thrill for your entire family, I’m sure, to see Audrey dance this iconic ballet.

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  6. What a wonderful festive way to spend Christmas. Hugs!


  7. dbp49 says:

    Sounds absolutely exciting for all those involved, especially for your daughter. I’m sure NYC is everything it’s been cracked up to be, and like they say in the song, “… If she can make it there, she can make it anywhere…”


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