The School of Pennsylvania Ballet presented its 2018 annual performance at the Prince Theater on May 19 and 20.
The choreography is intellectual and at the same time improvisational and spontaneous
SWAN LAKE is the classic that people think of when they hear the word “ballet.”
The program showcases the company’s unique character and the strength.
This book invites readers into the world of ballet, and reminds us what it takes us to truly live our lives for a love.
What is normal or abnormal? What is black or white? What is right or wrong? Or are those ideas all meaningless in this chaotic world?
Paul Taylor is one of the most important figures in the history of modern dance. Sketches by Chuck Schultz.
Renowned choreographer Helen Pickett talks about her experience as a dancer and choreographer and her vision for younger people in the dance world
Carbonell + Gavino give powerful and genuine explorations of motherhood.
Opera Philadelphia challenges our preconceptions of opera with its O17 Festival
Asya Zlatina’s new work STORM is sophisticated and well-done.
Every aspect, element, sound, and movement feels meaningful and intentional
LIFE LINES reveals another color of Tangle Movement Arts: the darker and melancholy side of human-beings.
Dance is one of our most natural ways to communicate and express our thoughts.
The company has gone through drastic changes since last season, some of which may have come with sorrow. Still they never stopped their devotion to ballet and to the Philadelphia art community.
Though different in color and mood, all three pieces are entertaining and intellectual.
For the last program of the 2016-2017 season, NextMove Dance brings in Aspen Santa Fe Ballet to the Prince Theater, May 3-7.