The Man in Black, Eternal Idol, Jardin Aux Lilas (Lilac Garden), A Fellow Feeling

Mar 10 - Mar 13, 2016
Mixed Repertory #2

PBT dancers move through intriguing shades of emotion in this collection of works. The gravelly vocals of Johnny Cash set the tone for James Kudelka’s The Man in Black, which blends grit and grace in a stirring montage of scenes inspired by six of Cash's later hits. Passion prevails in Michael Smuin’s sensuous Eternal Idol, a tender pas de deux of sculptural lines and lithe partnering, while Antony Tudor’s poignant period drama, Jardin Aux Lilas, depicts the repressed romance of two lovers parted by a marriage of convenience. PBT Principal Yoshiaki Nakano adds a millennial voice to the mix with the premiere of his neoclassical A Fellow Feeling, a high-energy work set to Mozart's Concerto #20 in D Minor.

View casting for each show time here

The Man in Black: Choreography: James Kudelka | Music: Johnny Cash 
The Eternal Idol: Choreography: Michael Smuin | Music: Frederic Chopin
Jardin Aux Lilas (Lilac Garden): Choreography: Antony Tudor | Music:Ernest Chausson
A Fellow Feeling: Choreography: Yoshiaki Nakano | Music: Amadeus Mozart

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PBT Connects Discussion Series
Free to all performance patrons

Friday, March 11, at 10:30 PM – Byham Theater
Join Artistic Director Terrence S. Orr and Principal Dancer and A Fellow Feeling choreographer Yoshiaki Nakano for a post-performance discussion.

Saturday, March 12, at 7 PM – Byham Theater
Join Artistic Director Terrence S. Orr and PBT School Director Marjorie Grundvig for a performance preview. 

Talks with Terry
Sunday, March 13, at 1 PM – Byham Theater
Watch company dancers take their onstage warm-up class, and talk with Artistic Director Terrence S. Orr about the production.

*Audio-Described Performance
Sunday, March 13, at 2 PM – Byham Theater 
Sign out a headset to listen to live narration of the ballet (designed for visually impaired patrons). Headsets available at Guest Services Center with photo ID.

*RSVPs suggested. Please email or call 412-454-9109.