Pittsburgh Ballet plans 2023-24 season of celebration, community



The key word for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s 2023-24 season is “celebration.”

“This season we’ll be celebrating PBT’s history, where we’ve been, and our future, where we’re going,” said acting executive director Kathryn Gigler. “We’re also welcoming a new artistic director, who has an incredible vision for PBT as a place of community and innovative art-making.”

The lineup features three familiar story ballets and two mixed repertory programs.

The full-length ballets include the all-ages favorite fairy tales, “The Nutcracker,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Cinderella.”

“Spring Mix,” set for April 5-7, 2024, will give audiences a real sense of the vision and aesthetic that new artistic director Adam McKinney brings to his role, Gigler said.

“This will be the first program that will really have Adam’s fingerprints all over it,” she said.

Something that PBT has been exploring in the past…

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