No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
Pacific Northwest Ballet
PNB puts its own spin on Shakespeare’s masterpiece.
Craving a little romance, some spectacular dancing, or a combo of the two? You’re in luck. The Pacific Northwest Ballet brings its contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare’s tragedy to McCaw Hall February 1 through 10. According to The Seattle Times: “It’s a remarkable work…like no ‘Romeo
Get in the spirit with ballet, festive brews, even fresh-baked cookies & milk.
Fashion meets philanthropy this Thursday evening when acclaimed women’s fashion designer and activist, Rachel Roy, celebrates the launch of her new shoe collection at Downtown Nordstrom.
Pacific Northwest Ballet pays tribute to the city that has launched the Company to what it is today.
Join PNB in a special one night accolade to Seattle and its celestial history. Celebrate Seattle is an evening of intergalactic themed music, dance
Meet the dancers behind your favorite performances during this backstage event.
As if the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s (PNB) performance of “Apollo & Carmina” this spring wasn’t enough to satiate your love of dance, they are also throwing an after party to get you moving all night long. Apollo’s After Party immediately follows the ballet, keeping the dancers on their toes while you mingle with the town’s finest.
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The timeless novel is at the heart of a dazzling new production.
Pacific Northwest Ballet is proud to announce the American premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s “Don Quixote” at Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall on Saturday, Feb. 3. The show was originally created for the Dutch National Ballet, and premiered in Amsterdam in 2010.
Pacific Northwest Ballet honors five classic love scenes in one sweeping collection.
The 2011-12 season at Pacific Northwest Ballet takes a turn for the romantic with “Love Stories,” a stunning collection of vignettes that showcases the many tempers of the heart. The show is scheduled to premiere Friday, Nov. 4, and will run until Sunday, Nov. 13. Tickets ($28–168) are available online.