Prima Princessa Presents…The Nutcracker!

By | September 20, 2010 at 8:20 pm | No comments | For the Kids, Holiday, Media

Since we now have a ballerina in the house (and a former ballerina who loves all-things-ballet), Prima Princessa’s DVD productions for children are at the top of our list when it comes to family entertainment. We could watch them over and over and over!

I am ecstatic to tell you about Prima Princessa’s debut of Prima Princessa Presents The Nutcracker, just in time for holiday purchase! This is the second DVD created by mompreneurs Mary Kate Mellow and Stephanie Troeller, two moms on a mission to bring the beauty and magic of ballet to young children everywhere.

This adorable DVD features England’s famed Birmingham Royal Ballet performing “The Nutcracker”, the classic Christmas ballet filled with snow fairies, waltzing flowers and toy soldiers. Little girls will not be able to resist putting on their princess dress up or ballet tutus and dancing along to the mini-dance-lessons-montages featuring students from the New York City Ballet’s School of American Ballet as well as children their very own age. An adorable cartoon ballerina, Prima Princessa, narrates this charming show. “Prima Princessa Presents The Nutcracker” also has several fun bonus features featuring holiday crafts, holiday baking and more fun dancing.

Priced at just $6.99, Prima Princessa Presents The Nutcracker is a perfect Christmas gift for every little girl on your list! You can purchase Prima Princessa Presents The Nutcracker from Amazon, Target, NCircle Entertainment, Barnes and Noble, and select stores around the country.

Visit Prima Princessa’s website for coloring pages, video clips from the DVDs, ballerina princess dress-up games, and more! (Also check out TutuZone, the Prima Princessa blog, for more info, including news about their upcoming productions.)

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