The digital dance stage offers new avenues of creativity for choreographers, dancers, and filmmakers. The fourth Rep of the season brings world-premiere works created and produced just for the digital stage by resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo and Doris Duke Artist award winner Donald Byrd. Joining the program is an encore presentation of Alexei Ratmansky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.

Streaming starts April 1, 2021. Performances will be available for five days.

Performances are filmed and exported in 1080p. Click here to learn why your streaming quality may be lower.

Rep 4

Future Memory

World Premiere | Alejandro Cerrudo

And the sky is not cloudy all day

World Premiere | Donald Byrd

Pictures at an Exhibition*

June 2017 Performance | Alexei Ratmansky

*Archival Performance
Programming subject to change.

Ticket Levels

Digital Performance Plus – $39

Five Minute Call

Ballet Talk

Meet the Artist

Bonus Content

Interview with Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, PNBS Faculty Eva Stone and PNBS Level VII New Voices students.

World Premiere choreographed by Professional Division student Margarita Armas, performed by PNB Dancers.

Digital Performance – $29

Five Minute Call
A peek backstage at the artists, musicians, and crew preparing for the performance.

Ballet Talk
Doug Fullington’s informal introduction to each performance event discussing choreography, music, history, and design.

Meet the Artist
Peter Boal with Company dancers in a lively conversation about the works.

Casting

And the sky is not cloudy all day

Kyle Davis

Dylan Wald

Mark Cuddihee
Christopher D’Ariano
Noah Martzall
Ezra Thomson

Future Memory

Leah Terada
Miles Pertl

Elle Macy
Dylan Wald

Pictures at an Exhibition

Rachel Foster
Carrie Imler
Elizabeth Murphy
Sarah Ricard Orza
Noelani Pantastico

Karel Cruz
Kyle Davis
Seth Orza
Jonathan Porretta
Jerome Tisserand

Digital Season Sponsor

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Season Sponsor

Arts Fund

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Microsoft

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Supporting Sponsors

Sponsor: Jim and Vivian Schwab