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For its 2019-20 season, Pittsburgh Dance Council ventures beyond Byham Theater and into alternative spaces, including a church and a park.
Dance classes and performances of all kinds will be held across the city Monday through April 14 as part of Pittsburgh Dance Week 2019.
Here’s a look at three Pittsburgh companies that will debut new shows this month and what went into the process.
With diversity in dance a hot topic, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre collaborates with Dance Theatre of Harlem at the August Wilson Center.
Choreographer Paul Taylor, who was born in Wilkinsburg, died in August at age 88 of renal failure.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre 50th anniversary mainstage season 2019-20
How do you turn a timeless American novel into a bold new ballet? PBT’s “Great Gatsby” has been a work in progress since late 2017.
Yanis Marshall rose to stardom on the TV show “Britain’s Got Talent.” He’ll hold two workshops and a Q&A at Millennium Dance Complex.
2019 is already shaping up to be a dynamic one for dance across the city.
The dance department’s winter concert will be the first official production on the PNC Theatre stage in the new Pittsburgh Playhouse.
Artists have helped “The Nutcracker” stand the test of time by staging their own unique interpretations of the beloved holiday tale.
Before “The Nutcracker” was a beloved holiday ballet, it was a German fairy tale short on sugar plums.
After 17 years with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Julia Erickson will exit the company after the “Mozart in Motion” program Oct. 26-28.
Gear up for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s latest mixed repertory program, “Mozart in Motion.”
From noteworthy premieres by global artists to must-see shows by the city’s own talent pool, there’s something for just about any palate.
Male dancers with Pittsburgh connections share their experiences with bullying and how they rose above the haters.
The arts site lauded Point Park as “hands down the best college in the country that offers both a BA and BFA in dance.”
It's not a stretch to say that what Carnegie Mellon University is to aspiring theater artists, Point Park University is becoming for professional dancers in the making.
Dance isn’t just people on the move — it also has the power to move people.
“Escape Velocity” promises to deliver dance, circus arts and an evocative narrative about a life in limbo. How it all comes together, though, is in the cards — a deck of tarot cards, t…
Four more dancers from the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School will join the company next season, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre announced Monday. These latest additions raise the total of new dance…
There’s nothing lazy about the days of summer for Pittsburgh’s dance scene. Many of its movers and shakers will be grooving all season long.
East Liberty has seen its fair share of changes during the past decade. One constant? The Kelly Strayhorn Theater’s commitment to curating dynamic, daring dance.
It’s not just an expression to say that Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s 2017-18 season will end on a high note. Dancers will be hitting some as they sing along to the music of Leonard Bernst…
More changes are coming next season to Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s roster. Beyond a number of departures and promotions, the company has hired two dancers to join as apprentices for 2018-1…
There’s something transformative about music. Listen to a song from 20 years ago, and chances are you’ll instantly remember a slice of life from back then.
After just a couple of years at the helm of the Pittsburgh Dance Council, executive director Randal Miller already has a lot to be proud of.
After nearly a decade, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre has completed its campaign to raise $21.2 million, the company announced Wednesday.
Where others see an abandoned building, Attack Theatre sees an opportunity.
Inspired by an old newspaper article, a local choreographer is breathing new life into a dance tradition that had its heyday here in the ’90s.