Open Air: PBT Performances
- Date: May 18 - May 31, 2021
- Venue: Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park
After a year of darkened theaters, Pittsburgh’s performing artists are stepping out into the light for Open Air: A Series in Celebration of the Performing Arts. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will take the stage eight times over the two-week series, with two unique programs blending the classical tradition with thrilling new works.
Program A features a stunning solo from Pittsburgh native Gina Patterson, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Lacrimosa, Artistic Director Susan Jaffe’s Boléro, a new male duet choreographed by PBT Principal Dancer Yoshiaki Nakano, and excerpts from The Sleeping Beauty, Flower Festival and Swan Lake.
Program B brings the classical tradition to life through excerpts from Raymonda, La Bayadére and Don Quixote seamlessly alongside new works including Boléro, Lacrimosa, Sasha Janes’ Loss, Aszure Barton’s Awáa | Duet, and a new male duet choreographed by PBT Principal Dancer Yoshiaki Nakano.
Guarantee a seat and the best view! A limited number of chairs are available for each performance. Seats start at $45 for one program or $65 to see both programs.* Reserve lawn seating and bring your own chair or blanket for no cost.
*Discount is applied automatically when two programs are added to your cart.
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