While announcing the Pennsylvania Ballet’s 50th Anniversary celebration and the upcoming season, the company paid special tribute to its founder.
Who could take the written word of Shakespeare and turn it into dance?
The Pennsylvania Ballet has received a big contribution toward its planned construction of a new headquarters and a ballet school on North Broad Street.
The Pennsylvania Ballet opens its 2011-2012 season with a program headlined: “Russian Suite: Ratmansky and Balanchine.”
“This is really based on real people, you know two young people, boy meets girl, some trouble arises and boy ends up with girl at the end,” says Artistic Director Roy Kaiser about this classic story that anyone can appreciate.
The Pennsylvania Ballet Presents Building on Balanchine at the Merriam Theater from April 14th through the 17th.
“The ballet just brings a whole different element of passion, I think, through the physicality. It’s not being told with a voice.”
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