"The Nutcracker" is probably the most frequently performed works of ballet literature. Become a key experience for generations of ballet visitors, it returns in a here never danced version return to the Vienna State Opera. Created by Rudolf Nureyev in 1967, this version holds a special place in the performance history of the Tchaikovsky classic, attack them but the psychological aspects of settled between reality and dream material of ETA Hoffmann. 1985 choreographed by Nureyev for at that time he headed the Paris Opera Ballet, this "Nutcracker" is also closely linked to the dancing career of Manuel Legris. Its begun with the revival of "Don Quixote" care of the choreographic heritage of Nureyev is now offering their production of the "Nutcracker" sequel.