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CCP’s ‘The Nutcracker’, ‘Tuloy Ang Pasko’ Now Streaming Online

CCP’s ‘The Nutcracker’, ‘Tuloy Ang Pasko’ Now Streaming Online

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CCP’s productions of The Nutcracker Ballet: Act 2 and Tuloy Ang Pasko are streaming for a limited time only.

Featuring Tchaikovsky’s musical score, The Nutcracker Ballet: Act 2 2 is choreographed by Adam Sage after Marius Petipa, with additional choreography by National Artist for Dance, Alice Reyes.  Costumes are supervised by Adam Sage and Ace Polias.

The cast features Katrene San Miguel as the Sugar Plum Fairy and Victor Maguad as Prince Cavalier, together with Monica Gana, Earl John Arisola, Sarah Alejandro, Stephanie Santiago, Joanne Tangalin, Gianna Hervas, Karla Santos, Lester Reguindin, Eugene Obille, John Ababon, Al Abraham, Bonifacio Guerrero, Ace Polias, Justine Orande, Danilo Dayo, Ricmar Bayoneta, and Luigie Barrera.

Tuloy Ang Pasko features Christmas classics arranged and conducted by National Artist for Music, Ryan Cayabyab. Choreography is by Ronelson Yadao with Erl Sorilla, John Ababon, Lester Reguindin, Bonifacio Guerrero, Danilo Dayo and Al Abraham.  Artistic direction and costumes are by Alice Reyes.

The cast for this production features the aforementioned cast, together with Nonoy Froilan, Liliane ‘Tats’ Manahan, Gener Caringal, Imelda Tatad-Pagdanganan, and Mario ‘Butch’ Esperanza.

Both dance films are directed by Carlos Siguion Reyna, with set designs by Eric Cruz, and lighting designs and technical direction by Barbie Tan-Tiongco.  Performances were filmed at the CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo without a live audience, following a stringent health and safety protocol. You can watch a behind-the-scenes look into the film production below, directed by Rafael Froilan Jr. and written by Mika Fabella.

The Nutcracker Ballet: Act 2 and Tuloy Ang Pasko premiered as a twin-bill last December 19-20 at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, and then broadcasted on CNN Philippines last December 24-25.

You can watch the full production below, which will be available for viewing only until January 6, 2021.

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