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Nutcracker Part 1 - Upstate
Are you nuts for the Nutcracker Ballet? Greenville's Peace Center is the site for The Carolina Ballet Theatre's performance Dec. 3-5 and The International Ballet Company on Dec. 11-12. And if that's not enough Nutcracker for you, The Greenville Ballet offers their performance Dec. 18 at Furman University, while Ballet Spartanburg presents their take on the tradition Dec. 10-12 at Converse College.


Nutcracker Part 2 - Midlands
Columbia kicks off Nutcracker season with a twist when The Columbia Children's Theatre performs A Nutty Nutcracker Christmas Nov. 26-Dec. 5. In addition, the Koger Center is the site for two performances. The Columbia Classical Ballet takes the stage Dec. 3-5, and The Columbia City Ballet winds up the Nutcracker offerings Dec. 11-19.


Nutcracker Part 3 - Lowcountry
If you're headed to Charleston this holiday season, satisfy your Nutcracker craving with The Charleston Ballet Theater's performances. The first shows take place Dec. 11-12 at Galliard Auditorium, or you can catch them Dec. 17-18 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Looking for a Nutcracker performance with international flair? The Center is also the site of The Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker on Dec. 23.


Christmasville in Rock Hill
Downtown Rock Hill transforms into a charming holiday village and art festival Dec. 2-5 as Christmasville celebrates the art of Vernon Grant. Enjoy activities for all ages including a holiday market place, horse-drawn carriage rides, ice skating, carolers, concerts and real snow! For more information, click here.


A Peaceful Holiday
Ring in the holidays Dec. 17-19 with The Greenville Symphony Orchestra's Holiday at Peace pops concert, featuring Broadway star Doug LaBrecque. Doug is best known as the Phantom in the Harold Prince production of The Phantom of the Opera. For more information, click here.

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