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She dedicated the self-published book to her daughter, Kalena, 12, who danced alongside her mother onstage for several “Nutcrackers.” Kalena never became a die-hard ballet “bunhead,” (she favors martial arts these days), but Gabay says being a mother definitely colored the way she wrote the book. “I was looking for a way to make the story clearer for children,” she says, which is why she set the text to the familiar “The Night Before Christmas,”. “The Nutcracker,” which is being performed by professional companies to dance schools around the bay this month, ranks as one of the cash cows of the dance world. Based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s story “The Nutcracker and the King of Mice,” Tchaikovsky’s gem was first danced in St. Petersburg in 1892 and has gone on to come a perennial ritual. From its ear candy score to its legions of pint-size mice and toy soldiers, it’s the dance equivalent of candy canes and eggnog: It just isn’t Christmas without it.
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