San Jose Dance Theatre recovers some of its stolen costumes.

Tutus various colors

January 24, 2021. Sixteen tutus out of nearly 100 stolen costumes were discovered in a bag at Bernal Park

After a truly terrible start to the year, there’s been some good news lately for San Jose Dance Theatre. You might remember that nearly 100 of the company’s handmade costumes were stolen when its storage space was broken into this month.

That amounted to thousands of dollars of work and threatened the upcoming May production of “The Sleeping Beauty,” not to mention future productions including San Jose’s longest-running version of “The Nutcracker.”

Read the complete story in the Mercury News.


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