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Sports Kyle Lowry to appear in National Ballet of Canada's 'The Nutcracker'

15:26  10 december  2019
15:26  10 december  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Kyle Lowry will wrap up the year with another first: his debut as a cannon doll in the National Ballet ' s performance of The Nutcracker in Toronto on Dec. Lowry and the other celebrity walk-ons will be dressed as colourfully costumed Russian Petrouchka dolls, who fire a cannon into the audience in act

Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry , seen here, is among the Toronto Raptors all-star Kyle Lowry is set to be a pointe guard in The Nutcracker . The NBA champion is among the Canadian celebrities who will grace the stage as “cannon dolls” in the National Ballet of Canada ’ s holiday production.

  Kyle Lowry to appear in National Ballet of Canada's 'The Nutcracker' © Vaughn Ridley / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Kyle Lowry lays it all out on the hardwood for the Toronto Raptors, and he's looking to adopt a similar approach as a Cannon Doll in The National Ballet of Canada's "The Nutcracker" on Dec. 19.

Lowry's guest role as a "colorfully costumed Russian Petrouchka" doll will involve him firing off a cannon into the audience during the production's opening act.

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Toronto Raptors all-star Kyle Lowry is set to be a pointe guard in “ The Nutcracker .” The NBA champion is among the Canadian celebrities who will grace the stage as “cannon dolls” in the National Ballet of Canada ’ s holiday production. The ballet company enlists notable personalities to make

The NBA-champion point guard highlights a lengthy list of guest performers that will appear during the ballet's run this year, including Canadian Paralympians Cody Caldwell and Mike Whitehead.

Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner appeared in the show last year.

Tickets to attend Lowry's guest performance are going for as much as $195, with prices starting at $45.

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