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This is the first time tap dance will headline a Dance Council show since Michelle Dorrance appeared at Byham Theater in the 2015-16 season.
Whether you prefer a full house or more legroom, here’s a quick guide on which cultural institutions’ performance days tend to fill fastest.
The year was packed with performances that entertained, enchanted, educated and enlightened audiences in all sorts of ways.
Dance writer Sara Bauknecht shares what it’s like to be on stage during the party scene in Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s “Nutcracker.”
“The Kitchen Sink” will feature new and “reimagined works” accompanied by a stellar lineup of musicians and a vocalist at the New Hazlett.
ODC/Dance will present five performances inside Trinity Cathedral as part of Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2019-20 season.
"The World as We Know It -- by 6 Women of a Certain Age" features six solos woven together with choreography by Beth Corning.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre gets ready to say goodbye to artistic director Terrence Orr and principal Luca Sbrizzi as it marks 50 years.
There’s always lots to do and see this time of year, but this time around, it seems like there are even more dance shows than ever before.
What exactly was happening in Pittsburgh's cultural landscape in 1969 that sparked the creation of two of its biggest forces in dance?
Lara Spencer’s comments have prompted an eruption of criticism on social media, including from those with ties to Pittsburgh’s dance scene.
Slowdanger has been on a mission to develop a multi-sensory dance experience that can be seen, heard and, yes, touched.
“Queer, Jewish,” which premieres Thursday, is the latest evening-length work by Pittsburgh-based choreographer Moriah Ella Mason.
His final performance will be in “Giselle” with the PBT orchestra, which will open the company’s 50th anniversary season in October.
This spring marked two years since DanceAfrica’s founding father died at age 80, but his mission lives on through the annual event.
While many dance companies take a break during the summer, Texture Contemporary Ballet is about to open its 2019-20 season.
The Blanket has enlisted New York City choreographer Beth Gill to create a mashup of dance works to be presented in the Carrie Furnaces.
Don’t expect a piece that deals with depression to be, well, depressing, thanks to animation and a funky, gamer-inspired soundscape.
Pittsburgh dancers and others in over 170 cities will hold performances on Saturday in the name of clean, safe drinking water.
In “Origami,” a dancer scales a huge shipping container as it changes shape. The Point State Park performance is part of the arts festival.
The inaugural edition of the pearlPRESENTS dance festival will bring seven days of programming to the New Hazlett Theater.
From classical ballet to cutting-edge contemporary dance, there's lots to see from early June through the dog days of August.
Workshops and performances will be held through Sunday at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty and The Alloy Studios in Friendship.
While many people know its good-versus-evil tale, what audiences may not know is just how much goes into bringing this ballet to life.
A show spotlighting innovative women choreographers and masterworks by current and legendary artists are also highlights of the new season.
Maria Caruso and Bodiography Contemporary Ballet dancers will perform “Steps in the Street” by Martha Graham at Byham Theater.
You could call it a mix between the Hasbro board game Mousetrap and Hitchcock’s film “Rear Window,” minus the murder.
Attack Theatre pairs the zany world of cartoonist Rube Goldberg with the complexity of Bach’s famed “Goldberg Variations.”
For its 2019-20 season, Pittsburgh Dance Council ventures beyond Byham Theater and into alternative spaces, including a church and a park.
Dance classes and performances of all kinds will be held across the city Monday through April 14 as part of Pittsburgh Dance Week 2019.
Here’s a look at three Pittsburgh companies that will debut new shows this month and what went into the process.