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My Very First Nutcracker: A child-friendly version of the classic Christmas ballet. Dec. 15-24. Hammer Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose. Tickets start at $12.50. http://sanjosenutcracker.com. Alcoholidaze—Another Round: San Jose Stage Company is serving up another round of their two-night holiday cabaret, featuring Stage regulars Allison F. Rich, Keith Pinto, Courtney Hatcher, Will Springhorn, Jr. and Alison Ewing. Dec. 21-22 champion dance shoes. The Stage, 490 S. First St., San Jose. $30-$45. https://www.thestage.org/tickets, 408-283-7142..

A Family Christmas: An original musical drama featuring choirs, orchestra, handbells and a cast of all ages. Dec. 7-8, 7 p.m.; Dec. 9, 3 and 5:30 p.m. Saratoga Federated Church, 20390 Park Place, Saratoga. Free. 408-867-1000, http://www.saratogafederated.org. Visions of Sugar Plum Fairies: The San Jose Wind Symphony and Maestro Edward C. Harris perform Christmas classics, Hanukkah hits, audience sing-alongs and a rollicking “Sleigh Ride.” Young dancers of Ballet Petit under artistic director Peggy Peabody will perform selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker.” Walter Mayes narrates this family-friendly concert. Dec. 9, 3 p.m. McAfee Performing Arts Center, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga. $7-$22 champion dance shoes. www.sjws.org, 408-927-7597..

There’s nothing like a rash of disaster and disruption to inspire profound appreciation for the welcoming embrace of the familiar. Perhaps by the standards of riotous 1968 or resigned 1974, the nation isn’t exactly coming apart at the seams, but metaphorically and literally, we’re frayed and singed around edges champion dance shoes. Holiday rituals can provide comfort and joy in the best of times. These days, the transporting magic of “The Nutcracker” feels more necessary than ever. Fortunately, there are hundreds of opportunities to experience the iconic ballet, with more than a dozen “Nutcrackers” of various sizes and budgets around the region. Here are a few fail-safe productions to smooth the bumpy ride into 2019, plus some other spirit-lifting holiday dance programs..

The San Francisco Ballet: Since premiering 15 years ago, Helgi Tomasson’s “Nutcracker” has become an essential part of the Bay Area’s holiday experience, which is pretty much what he intended. Set in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights around the conclusion of World War I, the ballet employs Tchaikovsky’s complete score in the composer’s intended sequence champion dance shoes. It’s more than a showcase for the company’s extraordinary dancers; the lavish décor, sets and costumes are a marvel unto themselves. Details: Dec. 12-29; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $29-$429; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org..

Oakland Ballet Company: Drawing on the original E.T.A. Hoffmann short story that launched the Nutcracker juggernaut on its eventual conquest of American stages, Oakland Ballet’s Graham Lustig set his “Nutcracker” in turn-of-the-century Vienna. While the production premiered with New Jersey’s American Repertory Ballet in 2000, it feels tailor-made for the Paramount Theatre’s glittery Art Deco finery. With the Michael Morgan-directed Oakland Symphony and the Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir  joining the orchestra for the Snow Scene, the graceful production features more than 40 young Bay Area dancers (aged 7 to 17) performing alongside the company’s professionals as snowballs, mice, soldiers and candies. Details: 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Dec champion dance shoes. 22 and 1 p.m. Dec. 23; Paramount Theatre, Oakland; $24-$97; 510-893-3132, oaklandballet.org..

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