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Welcome To Halloweentown

Welcome To Halloweentown

By Savannah Evanoff The word traditional doesn’t belong in Ballet Pensacola. Artistic Director Richard Steinert has an explanation for why the lingo doesn’t fit. “The thing about this [...]

Fall Guide—Part Two Arts

Fall Guide—Part Two Arts

By Sarah Mc Wilson Whether you are drawn to the charisma and charm of Pensacola Opera, the grace and athleticism of Ballet Pensacola, the resonating sounds of Pensacola Symphony Orchestra or the [...]

Fall Guide—Part 2 Arts

Fall Guide—Part 2 Arts

By Shelby Nalepa Not every city is lucky enough to have a quality community theatre, symphony orchestra, ballet company and opera house. But Pensacola is. If you aren't already a supporter of [...]

A Dance of Star-Crossed Lovers

A Dance of Star-Crossed Lovers

By Shelby Smithey Ballet Pensacola is revamping Shakespeare's tragic love story "Romeo & Juliet," but with a different perspective—focusing on less family feuding and more on romance. The [...]

Wizards, Warriors, and Dance

Wizards, Warriors, and Dance

By Jennifer Leigh Each year, Ballet Pensacola kicks off its season with a production so original you can't help but get excited for what's coming next. This year, that production swirls around [...]

Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

By Jennifer Leigh, Hana Frenette and Peyton Banfell If you have yet to indulge in the rich cultural arts of Pensacola, you’re missing out. As the fall season begins, so do the anticipated [...]

Two Swans are Better than One

Two Swans are Better than One

By Shelby Smithey Ballet Pensacola’s Artistic Director Richard Steinert is putting a unique twist on a classic ballet. He’s cast two lead dancers to play White Swan and Black Swan for the [...]

Foo Foo Fest ’15: Headless Horseman Rides Again

Foo Foo Fest ’15: Headless Horseman Rides Again

By Jennifer Leigh If you missed the Halloween weekend performances of Ballet Pensacola’s “Headless Horseman,” there’s still time to visit the creepy woods of Sleepy Hollow. Back after a [...]

A Ballet Fit for Halloween

A Ballet Fit for Halloween

By Jennifer Leigh The headless horseman has returned to Ballet Pensacola. After a successful debut last year, the bewitching retelling of the classic tale is bigger and better than [...]

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