Our eleventh season closes out with Reimagine, April 1st-3rd at the New Hazlett Theater!
Texture is continuously exploring new ways to reimagine ballet in the modern world. This show will include a world premiere by Alan Obuzor, featuring excerpts of classical ballets that have been reimagined, rechoreographed, and reinterpreted, with a wider array of movement than what originally existed in classical ballet. This "ballet beyond the rules" piece uses music and elements of choreography from historic classical ballets such as Giselle, Paquita, and The Sleeping Beauty, and combines them with stunning new classical and contemporary choreography.
Kelsey Bartman's newest original work is set to music by Ben Folds and centers on the experience of realizing you are turning to a new chapter, yet feeling joy and fulfillment when looking back on the past. Also on the program is the return of a Texture favorite, Old Skin. This inspiring work is based on the mythical being of the phoenix, and how one can symbolically be reborn multiple times throughout a lifetime.
Join us at Reimagine to enjoy a transformative and inspirational night out!
*Group sales available for groups of 10 or more. *For more information about accessibility or group sales contact Marjorie Liese at firstname.lastname@example.org *Street parking, or garage parking for $7 (cash only) on the corner of Allegheny Sq E and E Commons
The New Hazlett Theater is a creative hub for a diverse range of artists, audiences, and performances. *The New Hazlett Theater is fully wheelchair accessible. *Assistive listening devices available upon request
Texture's season is made possible in part with generous support from:
Arts, Equity, & Education Fund
A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation
Allegheny Regional Asset District
The Fine Foundation
The Heinz Endowments
New Hazlett Theater
Pennsylvania Partners on the Arts
PNC Charitable Trust
For information on accessibility contact Marjorie Liese: Marjorie@TextureBallet.org