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Paul Taylor Company returns to Pittsburgh with a new director and a program of Taylor Masterworks

Paul Taylor Company returns to Pittsburgh with a new director and a program of Taylor Masterworks

'Because I couldn’t talk, dance became a way for me to communicate and get out all the feelings I had inside'

Preview: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's The Great Gatsby

The lead role has gone not to one of PBT’s veteran principal dancers, but to fifth-year corps de ballet dancer Lucius Kirst

Second Saturdays returns to the Space Upstairs

They never truly begin, and they never end. They happen

Halfway to Dawn celebrates the life and career of Pittsburgh jazz great Billy Strayhorn

The dance-theater piece explores Strayhorn's life as an openly gay African-American jazz composer in the 1930s-60s

Jessica Lang Dance closes out seven-year run with performance at Byham Theater Jan. 26

"Much like a successful television show that winds itself down, its ending might disappoint fans, but the show exits in a way that is satisfying"

Eight of 2018’s Most Affective Local Dance Performances/Productions

Eight performances that touched area audiences’ hearts and minds in very different ways.

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