Pennsylvania Ballet: Peter Pan With a Twist Through May 13th

11-12, Reviews

by Susan Lewis WRTI May 7, 2012 A fantasy born over a hundred years ago continues to resonate today. As Pennsylvania Ballet stages Peter Pan, set to the music of Sir Edward Elgar, WRTI's Susan Lewis considers the boy who wouldn't grow up and his relevance to our lives today. Listen at WRTI.... More

McIntyre’s "Peter Pan" Takes Flight at Pennsylvania Ballet

11-12, Features

by Lewis Whittington EDGE Philadelphia May 3, 2012   Choreographer Trey McIntyre created "Peter Pan"for Houston Ballet ten years ago, and it was a huge success. Critics hailed McIntyre as the new vanguard for the story ballet. Houston performed it again in 2004, but the ballet is... More

PA Ballet visits a Mt. Airy school

Features, Outreach, Videos

Lisa Thomas-Laury 6ABC February 22, 2012   The Pennsylvania Ballet is marking the 10th anniversary of its trainee program, with continued visits to area schools.   It is part of the Ballet's Outreach effort.   The Trainee program is known as Pennsylvania Ballet II, and it... More

An impressive 'Messiah' from Pennsylvania Ballet

11-12, Reviews

by Ellen Dunkel The Inquirer March 10, 2012 Art and religion are frequent companions, and Pennsylvania Ballet's Messiah, which opened Thursday night at the Academy of Music, is, not surprisingly, steeped in Christianity.   During this Lenten season, many audience members may... More

Sweet sorrow for a dancer bowing out

11-12, Reviews

By Ellen Dunkel The Inquirer February 11, 2012 Pennsylvania Ballet principal dancer Riolama Lorenzo's final performance before retiring is Sunday, but it was already a lovefest Thursday night, when the company opened its Pushing Boundaries series at the Merriam Theater.   The theater was... More