A Secret Garden Saturday, October 14 @ 4:00pm Tickets: www.ballet180.org/performances Witness Ballet 180’s beautiful interpretation of the healing power of love that is found in a secret garden, where those secret places in our hearts and our imagination come to life.
Rock on Pointe Dance Company. Mercedes Benz. Soloist Alissa Johann. Choreography by: Kathy Fitzpatrick Music: Mercedes Benz by Janis Joplin March 17, 2017 at The Performance Garage More Info: http://rockonpointe.com/
Chicago’s Ballet 5:8 presents The Stor(ies) of You and Me April 2, 2017 at 2:00PM Plays & Players, 1714 Delancey Street, Philadelphia Information and tickets: https://www.ballet58.org/performances/the-stories-of-you-and-me/2017-philly
This jazzy ballet takes on a fun, fluid style that brings to life the upbeat jazz tempos from Vince Guaraldi’s classic album of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Audiences can expect a crowd-pleasing performance of technically challenging dances, entertaining moments of
Philadelphia Dance Photo Project Filmed by Juan C. Irizarry 05/17/2014 Globe Dye Works- Philadelphia PA Dancer Anna Noble with an improvisation during our photo shoot.
The Pennsylvania Ballet Get a preview of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™! December 8-30, 2012 at the Academy of Music. Visit paballet.org.
Dracula Brandywine Ballet by Nancy Page, Music by Various Artists October 26-27, Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall http://www.brandywineballet.com/201213performances/dracula.html Based on the 19th century Bram Stoker novel, Nancy Page’s Dracula tells of a forbidden Victorian romance between beautiful Mina and centuries-old,
Nutcracker Dance Theatre of Pennsylvania www.dtopa.org Dance Theatre of Pennsylvania in Doylestown, Pa., has been staging “The Nutcracker” since 1980. Under the direction of artistic director Marilyn Budzynski, the ballet company performs her original choreography of the Tchaikovsky holiday classic.
Giselle Pennsylvania Ballet by Marius Petipa, music by Adolphe Adam October 18, 2012 to October 28, 2012 Academy of Music http://paballet.org/giselle “A triumph…” – The Philadelphia Inquirer Surrender your heart to the ultimate ballet of the Romantic era. Haunting and poetic,