This week ushers in the holiday season, and the “Comcast Holiday Spectacular” show, now in its fourth year.
The Pennsylvania Ballet is building a home on North Broad Street, just north of Vine Street.
Since it was founded in 1963, Pennsylvania Ballet has been at the forefront of American dance.
The Kimmel Center’s tenth anniversary season has a decidedly Philadelphia flavor.
Saturday is the 19th annual “Shut Up and Dance” performance by dancers of the Pennsylvania Ballet, benefiting those living with chronic illnesses.
It took more than a hundred years, but “America’s first ballerina” now has a gravestone.
The Pennsylvania Ballet Presents Building on Balanchine at the Merriam Theater from April 14th through the 17th.
For more information on “Swan Lake” by the Pennsylvania Ballet, visit the website.
The Pennsylvania Ballet’s newest production opened Thursday night, and runs through Sunday at the Merriam Theater, featuring a trio of high energy pieces on the bill.
The work of three masterful choreographers, William Forsythe, Christopher Wheeldon, and Twyla Tharp come together on one stage at the Merriam Theater.
Santa paid a visit to the Omni Hotel in Old City Sunday for a little brunch — and to help raise money for the Philadelphia Fire Department.
For two decades, a group of Delaware Valley musicians has raised thousands for needy children. Some of the area’s best musicians will hold a free concert this December help those who need help the most — children.
“The ballet just brings a whole different element of passion, I think, through the physicality. It’s not being told with a voice.”
There is a special photographical tribute taking place that honors Philadelphia police officers lost in the line of duty.