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Performer: Pacific Northwest Ballet

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SeattleGiselle

Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Marius Petipa; Peter Boal; Pacific Northwest Ballet; Jérôme Kaplan; Randall G Chiarelli

SeattlePite – Tharp – Liang

Herrmann, Toussaint
Edwaard Liang; Crystal Pite; Twyla Tharp; Pacific Northwest Ballet
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Strengths and weaknesses in Kent Stowell’s Cinderella at PNB

Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers in Kent Stowell’s Cinderella © Angela Sterling
Sumptuous costumes, brilliant colors, excellent dancers create a glorious show which is unfortunately too long for the material. 
***11
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Balanchine's Nutcracker returns in all its annual glory

Leta Biasucci (Sugar Plum Fairy) © Angela Sterling
Great story, colorful costumes and sets, dozens of performers all add up to the annual extravaganza of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker. Pacific Northwest Ballet's superb artists portray its wonders again.
*****
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Creative highs are Locally Sourced in Seattle

Wash of Gray © Angela Sterling
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Locally Sourced is all about the bounty of the furthest corner of the United States: dance, scenery, costumes and, of course, rain!
*****
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Balanchine, Limón and an emerging choreographer close PNB season

Lindsi Dec, Steven Loch, Joshua Grant and Elizabeth Murphy in The Moor’s Pavane © Angela Sterling
A finale to Pacific Northwest’s Ballet’s 2018-1019 season sends the audience home with memories of satisfying new work, appreciation of the old, and shaken to the core by a Limón performance.
*****
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Pure eye-candy: a dream of a Dream in Seattle

Ezra Thomson (Bottom) and Laura Tisserand (Titania) in Balanchine's Dream © Angela Sterling
A very fine performance, notable for the musicality which imbued each dancer’s presence and the excellent acting which kept the audience glued to the story.
*****
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