The ballet may be one of the most romantic settings in the world but for one Philadelphia couple, it’s just a day at the office.
Each year, the Pennsylvania Ballet gives students from kindergarten through eighth grade — many of whom come from low income communities — a chance to witness the wonders of the stage and this holiday classic.
Whether coming home for a slice of mom’s homemade pumpkin pie, visiting for the first time or following an annual family tradition, Philadelphia is brimming with holiday events, beckoning venues and delightful activities throughout the holiday season.
Angel Corella has danced all over the world and now brings his experience and flair to Philadelphia with this new season.
The Pennsylvania Ballet has cleaned house, firing several staffers earlier this week.
At 29-years-old, Jermel Johnson was born several “strikes” that would cause few to think he’d end up principal dancer in a ballet by George Balanchine.
The theme for this year’s performance is a sultry take on Victoriana. There will be live music for the first time, with dance moves created by the Pennsylvania Ballet dancers themselves.
Get out and enjoy some holiday lights, food, music and fun for any budget.
The weekend of December 7th and 8th, the Pennsylvania Ballet will operate a holiday marketplace in the lobby of the Kimmel Center.
While announcing the Pennsylvania Ballet’s 50th Anniversary celebration and the upcoming season, the company paid special tribute to its founder.
March and early April often feature blizzards and bouts of frigid temperatures. In other words, there is still time to go out and experience winter in the Philadelphia area.
The Pennsylvania Ballet is celebrating its 50th birthday with a new home and a season of collaborations with cultural organizations.
The 5th annual “Comcast Holiday Spectacular” includes familiar favorites like scenes from The Nutcracker, performed by the Pennsylvania Ballet, a sleigh ride through snow-covered country, and sounds from a 64-piece orchestra.
Philadelphia has a vibrant performing arts scene. No matter your budget or the degree of excellence you demand, there’s something in Philly for everyone.
The Pennsylvania Ballet, led by choregrapher Robert Weiss, has been rehearsing for about four weeks, and now it is ready to bring Handel’s magnum opus to the stage.