PNB to debut at NYC's Joyce Theatre
Pacific Northwest Ballet will make its debut at the Joyce Theatre in January, the first PNB performances in New York City since 1996.
Seattle Times arts writer
Pacific Northwest Ballet will make its debut at New York City's Joyce Theatre in January, with seven repertory performances of Twyla Tharp's "Opus 111," Benjamin Millepied's "3 Movements," Marco Goecke's "Mopey" and Edwaard Liang's "Für Alina." The Tharp and Millepied works were both world premieres at PNB last year and will make their East Coast debut with this program.
This will be PNB's first performances in New York City since 1996, when the company performed at Manhattan's City Center Theater. Locally, PNB will begin its 2009-2010 season September 24, with the return of Jean-Christophe Maillot's "Roméo et Juliette." For more information, see www.pnb.org.
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