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'Nutcracker' at Philadelphia's Academy of Music still a treat after all these years

It was opening weekend of the Pennsylvania Ballet in

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Pennsylvania Ballet Showcases Contemporary Choreography in February Program

Billowy fog, a red unitard and sneakers might invoke imagery of someone taking an early morning jog along Boathouse Row.

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Pennsylvania Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ delights audiences in its 42nd Holiday Season

Every year I see this ballet, and every year I am still astounded by the beauty and magic that surround

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The French Connection: Pennsylvania Ballet’s New Season Draws Inspiration from France

When planning the Pennsylvania Ballet’s upcoming season, Artistic Director Roy Kaiser didn’t intend for most of the Company’s programs to have ties to France. But after stepping back, he realized that French choreographers created two of the ballets, and two other ballets are set in the French countryside. 

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Romeo & Juliet: a Perfect Evening Out with the Pennsylvania Ballet

The Pennsylvania Ballet presented the classic 1935 Prokofiev ballet “Romeo and Juliet."  Prokofiev wrote the music for the Kirov Ballet with a synopsis of the

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Pennsylvania Ballet Keeps Audiences on Their Toes with Four Contemporary Classics

The Pennsylvania Ballet took the stage of the Merriam Theater with Program IV on Wednesday night, presenting premieres by Jerome Robbins and William Forsythe, a timeless B

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