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Philadanco II and Pennsylvania Ballet II – 2 gether we Dance

Philadanco II and Pennsylvania Ballet II – 2 gether we Dance

Photos by Alexander Iziliaev by Gregory King for The Dance Journal A year ago, the second companies of Philadanco (D/2) and Pennsylvania Ballet (PB2) came together for a celebratory night of dancing in “2 gether we Dance.”  My disappointment  with […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet – Adagios, counterpointes, stars & dancers in Space

Pennsylvania Ballet – Adagios, counterpointes, stars & dancers in Space

photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev by Lewis J. Whittington for The Dance Journal After the Pennsylvania Ballet performed three big ballets for their May program , director Angel Corella devised a quieter bill called “Balanchine and Beyond” to close the season, […]

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From Paris to Philadelphia: Trisha Brown’s Foray Into Ballet

From Paris to Philadelphia: Trisha Brown’s Foray Into Ballet

Photo © Julieta Cervantes 2009 by Jane Fries for The Dance Journal When Trisha Brown started out choreographing dances in the 1960s, the revolutionary spirit of the times led her, along with a group of Judson Church Dance Theater contemporaries, […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet Upcoming Premieres include first ever performance by an American ballet company of the work of modern master Trisha Brown

Pennsylvania Ballet Upcoming Premieres include first ever performance by an American ballet company of the work of modern master Trisha Brown

Photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev Pennsylvania Ballet and Artistic Director Angel Corella will enthrall audiences with passion, poetry, and human emotion in Balanchine and Beyond. This final program of the 2015/2016 Season features Hans Van Manen’s Adagio Hammerklavier, Trisha Brown’s O […]

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A Princely Farewell in Pennsylvania Ballet’s Program of Firsts

A Princely Farewell in Pennsylvania Ballet’s Program of Firsts

Photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev by Lewis J Whittington for The Dance Journal During the curtain-calls for the cast of Matthew Neenan’s “Archiva” with its themes of the seasons of a dancer’s life still floating at the May 15 matinee performance […]

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Getting to the Nuts and Bolts of Trisha Brown

Getting to the Nuts and Bolts of Trisha Brown

On April 29, Trisha Brown’s dance legacy was represented by three generations of her dancers in a rehearsal studio on the top floor of the Main Building at Drexel University for In the New Body: Nuts and Bolts. Facilitated by Lisa Kraus, the project director of Trisha Brown: In the New Body (a yearlong festival of…

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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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