Max and Ruby will be at the Clarke Theatre on Nov. 15.

Max and Ruby come to Clarke

Bunny siblings featured in Nutcracker Suite on Nov. 15

Max and Ruby will be at the Clarke Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 15.

The enchanting book series, Max and Ruby, by Rosemary Wells has sold over 3 million books worldwide. Making their television debut in 2002, the bunny siblings’ playful hijinks are enjoyed by children around the world.  Now Max and Ruby bring to life a wonderful holiday tradition as they take to the stage in their most magical performance yet.

As Grandma reads the story of the Nutcracker, Max and Ruby are whisked away to a magical land where they become characters in the beloved ballet. Dancing, singing and delicious treats follow, as the bunny pair experiences the wonder and excitement of the classic story. The dazzling adventure, guided by the classic notes of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite,” is full of dance and holiday magic.

This 90-minute show boasts captivating original choreography by Patti Caplette, who has professionally danced in more than 100 ballet performances of the Nutcracker, beautiful costumes by designer Anne Armit, and breathtaking sets by Gemini Award winner Brian Puchaluk.

Tickets to the show are $29.50 (plus facility fee and service charges), and available at all Ticketmaster locations or online at ticketmaster.ca.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 6:30 p.m. The Clarke Theatre is located at 33700 Prentis Ave. For more information on Max & Ruby, visit maxandrubyontour.com.

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