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From Oct. 7-9, 2022, PBT will stage the mixed repertory program “Storytelling in Motion” featuring works by three choreographers.
The Pittsburgh dance scene will be busy this fall -— perhaps the busiest it’s been since before COVID-19.
She will transition into the role once it’s vacated by Harris Ferris, who will step down at the end of PBT’s current fiscal year.
From June 9-12, professional and student arts groups will participate in “Open Air: A Series in Celebration of the Performing Arts.”
She will succeed Kevin McKenzie, who’s served in the role since 1992. Jaffe, who joined PBT in 2020, will be here through November.
The 2022-23 lineup is packed with contemporary dance heavy hitters, U.S. and Pittsburgh premieres and a spotlight on LatinX creators.
Alexandra Kochis will retire from the stage following her reprisal of the ballet’s lead role after dancing with PBT since 2006.
After dancing in the ballet for more than two decades, Susan Jaffe is putting her own stamp on this gripping story of love and loss.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet has planned for Pittsburgh “a really diverse experience” on May 7 at Byham Theater, Downtown.
See a selection of works from Pilobolus’ 50-year history when it performs its “Big Five-Oh!” show April 9 at Byham Theater.
Pieces by five female choreographers, including one based in Pittsburgh, will be featured Thursday through Sunday in “Here + Now.”
PBT has planned a season of stories – from enchanting fairy tales and beloved holiday classics to spine-chilling accounts.
A program will be presented in The Movement Factory, a former mattress factory-turned-artists hub in the North Side’s Chateau neighborhood.
Rachel Booth and Vincent Jones transformed a former candy store into a studio specializing in dance styles such as salsa and bachata.
Nearly two years later, Beth Corning will premiere “The Tipping Point” at 25 Carrick, a former church-turned-creative space in Carrick.
Here’s a sampling of who and what to watch – or even try out yourself – during the first few months of the new year.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre presents a three-week run of its Pittsburgh-flavored “Nutcracker” — the first chance to see it live since 2019.
Beyond student productions, Pittsburgh Playhouse is working to grow its events roster by presenting shows by performing arts professionals.
Performances will begin Tuesday and run through Memorial Day on Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park.
Whether you prefer a full house or more legroom, here’s a quick guide on which cultural institutions’ performance days tend to fill fastest.