Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre excels in mixed-repertory 'Uncommon' - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

What was not to love about Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's succulent dance foray among the hallmark composers known as the three B's -- Bach, Beethoven and Brahms? Called "Uncommon," it wasn't a full-length theatrical production, but in many respects was a more massive undertaking.\n\nPerhaps the best balanced mixed-repertory program PBT artistic director Terrence Orr has produced during his tenure here, "Uncommon" produced an evening of firsts, with two local premieres, Mark Morris' first PBT ballet, "Maelstrom," and Dennis Nahat's "Brahms Quintet" -- plus a world premiere, Dwight Rhoden's "Chromatic."\n