Q&A: Peter Boal talks Red Angels

Red Angels, coming up on PNB’s DIRECTOR’S CHOICE program March 16–25, has caught our attention around PNB’s offices. Four incredibly athletic dancers (plus the resounding soundtrack of electric violin) consume the studios during rehearsals of this red hot ballet.

Knowing the late choreographer Ulysses Dove created Red Angels […]

Unpacking One Flat Thing, reproduced

Watching a complicated ballet without any prior knowledge can feel like watching the season finale of a TV show without having seen a single episode, or beginning a novel by reading the final chapter.

One Flat Thing, reproduced is a complicated dance, so consider this blog as your road map […]

A message from Peter Boal on DIRECTOR’S CHOICE

With each Pacific Northwest Ballet production, Artistic Director Peter Boal creates a Director’s Notebook. We’re inspired today to bring you his latest editorial for DIRECTOR’S CHOICE, opening March 17.

Even though I try to steer clear of politics and a few other subjects because of divisiveness, in November of 2008, […]

6 Things You Need to Know About Alejandro Cerrudo


This is Alejandro’s second time at PNB. Here he is (above) last time, backstage with PNB dancers following the premiere of his Memory Glow.

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