As part of the 40th Anniversary Season, the Pacific Northwest Ballet is pleased to present Roméo et Juliette, making its second appearance in Seattle since 2008.
After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
What holiday season would be complete without Clara, the Mouse King and the Nutcracker? Come hear Tchaikovsky’s beautiful score and see local dancers whirl through snowfalls and magic in this traditional ballet.
Want to celebrate Halloween with the symphony, the ballet or a bewitching evening at the theater? Check out these Seattle events that will help you get your haunt on for Halloween.
Dance for Parkinson’s inspires those living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to explore the benefits of dance and movement with others. This year, Seattle welcomes a visit from David Leventhal of Mark Morris Dance in New York.
The 40th Season of PNB gets underway with Cinderella on Friday, September 21. Bring your little princess, or your Prince Charming, and head out for a lovely evening of Fairy Godmothers, glass slippers, and happily ever after.
Looking for a new kind of exercise? Barre classes are taking the country by storm, teaching ballet-type moves to strengthen and tone your body using the ballet barre. Here are some of our favorite studios.
The funny, enchanting story of Coppélia is back! Pacific Northwest Ballet presents George Balanchine’s Coppélia June 1 – 10 at McCaw Hall. A comedic ballet suitable for the whole family.
J.S. Bach was born on March 21, 1685. In honor of his 327th year, and the fact that two of the three pieces on NEW WORKS use his music, Seattle’s Northwest Pacific Ballet is offering 20% off tickets for this weekend.
Fremont Danceworks, a troupe of accomplished teen dancers will perform works by leading Seattle-area choreographers in its March spring show, “XpOsed.”