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.
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.
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.
Join in a futuristic extravaganza at McCaw Hall on Sunday, September 16. There will be music, dance, video, song and special guests celebrating the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 40th anniversary, and the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair!
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.
March is bringing a great line-up of performances in Puget Sound! From Mamma Mia, Godspell and Cyrano de Bergerac to New Works at PNB and a new musical First Date at ACT Theatre…. you’ll be entertained all month long.
Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet is proud to present the steamy and romantic Don Quixote just in time for Valentine’s Day. Before opening night on February 3, you are invited to an engaging preview at Central Seattle Library on Tuesday, January 31, or a lecture and dress rehearsal of the entire ballet on Thursday, February 2. Plus, PNB has teamed up with Seattle venues to offer you special discounts.
It’s the holidays in Seattle! We know how to do it right with time honored Seattle family fun traditions and festivities! Grab the kids, and head out to one or more of these great events!
Tickets to PNB’s 2011-12 season (including Nutcracker) are on sale now! Plus, you can buy your tickets with no service fees thru July 31!