Epic Proportions at PNB’s Director’s Choice

Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist Sarah Ricard Orza with company dancers in Jessica Lang’s Her Door to the Sky. Photo © Angela Sterling.

David Dawson’s Empire Noir boldly opened PNB’s 2016-17 Director’s Choice, the curtain rising on ten dancers in front of John [...]

Sculptured Dance brings PNB to the Park

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Seattleites love getting outside during those few summer months when the sun shines. There are outdoor concerts, festivals, movie screenings, [...]

PNB’s American Stories Enthrall

Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer James Moore with company dancers in Twyla Tharp’s Waiting at the Station, Photo © Angela Sterling.

American Stories is Pacific Northwest Ballet’s endeavor to depict what it is to be American. Performed at McCaw Hall June [...]

PNB Shows Its Contemporary Chops

Pacific Northwest Ballet soloists Benjamin Griffiths and Leta Biasucci with company dancers in Paul Gibson’s Rush, Photo by Angela Sterling

With Director’s Choice, Pacific Northwest Ballet artistic director Peter Boal programmed a triple bill of works ranging from neoclassical to [...]

R et J’s Exhilarating Tragedy

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Everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet: the feuding families, the youthful star-crossed lovers, the passion, bloodshed, and heartbreak. [...]

A Vertiginous Thrill Indeed

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Again! More! That is how I felt after every piece of Pacific Northwest Ballet’s aptly-named program, The Vertiginous Thrill of [...]

Mid-Summer Lovin’ at PNB

Ezra Thomson as Bottom and Lesley Rausch as Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream
Photo © Angela Sterling

“If we shadows have offended / Think but this, and all is mended / That you have but slumber’d here [...]

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