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PA Ballet Premieres Two Works: Neenan and Scarlett

PA Ballet Premieres Two Works: Neenan and Scarlett

Pennsylvania Ballet and Artistic Director Angel Corella will take audiences on a classical yet modern journey with works by three choreographers in A Program of Firsts. George Balanchine’s Serenade, Liam Scarlett’s Asphodel Meadows, and a much anticipated World Premiere from […]

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Shut Up & DanceDanceDance

Shut Up & DanceDanceDance

by Lewis J Whittington for The Dance Journal 24 years in, The Shut up & Dance benefit for Metropolitan Area Nutritional Alliance (MANNA) is as vital as ever. The one-night only performance by the dancers of the Pennsylvania Ballet and […]

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Trish Brown In The Body continues this Spring with performances by Pennsylvania Ballet, Lectures by Trish Brown Experts and an Open Rehearsal

Trish Brown In The Body continues this Spring with performances by Pennsylvania Ballet, Lectures by Trish Brown Experts and an Open Rehearsal

Photo credit: Julieta Cervantes Trisha Brown:  In The New Body, a year-long celebration of the internationally known leader of post-modern dance and enduring renegade whose work has rarely been seen in Philadelphia, continues this spring with a performances by Pennsylvania […]

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Shut Up & Dance 2016 Returns With New Host & Date

Shut Up & Dance 2016 Returns With New Host & Date

Shut Up & Dance, the annual benefit performance produced by the dancers of Pennsylvania Ballet for Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA), will occur this year on Saturday, April 9 at the Forrest Theatre at 8 pm.  This year’s performance […]

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Corella’s dance quest ignites Don Quixote

Corella’s dance quest ignites Don Quixote

photo credit Alexander Iziliaev by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Angel Corella was just 19 when he nailed the role of Basilio, the ardent barber in American Ballet Theatre’s version of Don Quixote and he proved so dynamic in […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet Announces Revolutionary 2016-2017 Season

Pennsylvania Ballet Announces Revolutionary 2016-2017 Season

Pennsylvania Ballet’s Artistic Director, Angel Corella, has announced the repertoire for the 2016-2017 Season. The Company’s 53rd Season will be the second to have all performances selected by Corella. With the 2016-2017 Season, Corella continues to raise the level of […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet Premieres Don Quixote March 3 – 13

Pennsylvania Ballet Premieres Don Quixote March 3 – 13

Soloist Mayara Pineiro and Principal Dancer Arian Molina Soca in the preview of Don Quixote. Photo: Alexander Iziliaev Pennsylvania Ballet’s Artistic Director Angel Corella shares his Spanish culture with audiences through his adaptation of Marius Petipa’s Don Quixote. Performances, supported […]

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PA Ballet’s Strength & Longing – Expert Ensemble Flexes Its Muscle

PA Ballet’s Strength & Longing – Expert Ensemble Flexes Its Muscle

Photo By: Alexander Iziliaev by Gary L. Day for The Dance Journal Whenever the Pennsylvania Ballet presents a new program of contemporary work, other local dance ensembles must hang their heads. Not in shame, mind you, but in humility in […]

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PA Ballet Presents Three Company Premieres and Audience Favorite as They Bring Physicality to the Stage

PA Ballet Presents Three Company Premieres and Audience Favorite as They Bring Physicality to the Stage

Photo: Alexander Iziliaev Pennsylvania Ballet and Artistic Director Angel Corella will take audiences on an emotional journey with four different choreographers in the upcoming performance of Strength and Longing. Nacho Duato’s Without Words, Jerome Robbins’ NY Export, Opus Jazz, Justin […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet cracks The Nutcracker on opening night

Pennsylvania Ballet cracks The Nutcracker on opening night

Photo: Alexander Iziliaev by Lewis J. Whittington for The Dance Journal Although The Nutcracker remains the most popular of story ballets and continues as the annual money-making warhorse for many ballet companies, it isn’t the holiday ritual for audiences it […]

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