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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre starts ‘Nutcracker’ countdown with presale

Mary Pickels
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is offering presale tickets to the 2019 performances of "The Nutcracker."

It’s never too soon to start planning for the holidays.

And if your plans include seeing Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker,” you can order tickets now.

The popular Christmas season musical will be performed Dec. 6-29 at the Benedum Center, Seventh Street and Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh.

Through April 3, tickets can be purchased through the VIP presale process. Tickets start at $28.

Details: 412-454-9101 or by using promo code PBTEARLY 19 at pbt.org

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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