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pnb: sneak peek at 2010–2011 season

 Ariana Lallone in Lambarena (Angela Sterling photo)

By Rosie Gaynor

It’s hard to think about 2010–2011, with still so much good stuff in store for us this season. (“Sleeping Beauty” starts on Thursday; then “3 by Dove,” then the Balanchine program I can’t wait for, with its “Serenade” and “4 Temperaments” and “Square Dance,” and then “Coppélia.” Plus Choreographers’ Showcase on April 21…and their Season Encore on June 13.)

But the marketing machine marches on. Here’s what what PNB has on their website. It’s pretty exciting stuff.

“• The PNB premiere of Jiri Kylian’s “Six Dances” and the return of this season’s smash hit, “Petite Mort.”
• An all Twyla Tharp retrospective.
• The long-anticipated revival of Kent Stowell’s full-length “Cinderella.”
• World and PNB premieres.
• Subscriber favorites, “Lambarena” and “Jardí Tancat.”
• A new-to-PNB Jerome Robbins work, “Glass Pieces,” with music by Philip Glass.”

If you’re already a season subscriber,
they’ve a deal for you: subscribe by March 27 and you pay this season’s prices, rather than next season’s prices.

(Not a subscriber this season? You can still subscribe to their “mini season.”)