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    Pennsylvania Ballet Friday Night Subscription

    Pennsylvania Ballet

    Where:
    240 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
    When:
    • Monday August 26th 2019 at 3:00am to Monday September 30th 2019 at 11:59am
    With moving classics, modern masterpieces, and world premieres, our 2019/2020 Season shows off the incredible range of our dancers and the powerful beauty of ballet.

    Friday Evening subscription includes:
    -Don Quixote - October 11, 2019
    -World Premieres - November 8, 2019*
    -La Bayadere - March 6, 2020
    -Suspended In Time - April 3, 2020*
    -Breathtaking Balanchine - May 8, 2020

    *at the Merriam Theater
    About Pennsylvania Ballet

    Pennsylvania Ballet is know for its diverse classical repertoire performed by versatile dancers whose energy are the Company’s enduring signature. For over 40 years the Company has been at the forefront of dance, performing in the national spotlight for the first time in 1968 and now touring annually throughout the Northeastern United States. Pennsylvania Ballet presents a season of six programs in Philadelphia, balancing classic ballets with works that challenge the dancers and attract a diverse audience. It has enhanced its artistic profile while increasing its reach and strengthening its foundation through creative programming. From classics such as Romeo and Juliet and Giselle to new creations such as 11:11 by Matthew Neenan, Pennsylvania Ballet continues to stretch its own boundaries, reinforcing its reputation for artistic excellence and technical virtuosity.

    Watch this Streettalkin Philadelphia Video to see a backstage rehearsal!

    TICKETS
    4 Levels of Membership Available
    $129 - $439
    $64.50 - $219.50
    CONTACT
    Kara Wexler
    215.587.6939

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