Peters Patch is giving away free tickets.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Below are guidelines for our 'Nutcracker Tradition' contest, running from Dec. 6-18. No purchase is required to enter or win.
PATCH.COM GIVEAWAYS OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE REQUIRED TO ENTER OR WIN 1. ELIGIBILITY: Patch.com Giveaways (the “Giveaways”) are open only to individuals who are legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia) who are 13 years of age or older. Employees, contractors and freelancers of Patch Media Corporation, AOL Inc., their advertising or promotion agencies, those involved in the production, development, implementation or handling of Giveaways, any agents acting for, or on behalf of the above entities, their respective parent companies, officers, directors, subsidiaries, affiliates, licensees, service providers, prize suppliers any other person or entity associated with the Giveaways (collectively…
Share the photo of the child you love best with a nutcracker to enter Patch's 'Nutcracker Tradition' contest. Winners will receive a pair of tickets to the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's upcoming holiday production of 'The Nutcracker.'
Attending a performance of "The Nutcracker" is a holiday tradition, and this year Peters Patch wants to help you enjoy Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's always-in-demand production of the classic story of Marie and her Nutcracker Prince. Enter Patch’s "Nutcracker Tradition" photo contest by sharing a photo or photos of your loved ones holding your family’s favorite nutcracker. Winners will receive a pair of tickets to attend a performance this month of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s holiday spectacular "The Nutcracker." Starting today and until Dec. 18, you may enter our contest by uploading here your photo or photos of your favorite child with a nutcracker. Each Patch site in western Pennsylvania will choose one winner and award one prize, using a…
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Tuesday marks opening day for single ticket sales to 2012-13 season productions.
Peters theatergoers! As Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre approaches its October season premiere, Tuesday marks opening day for single ticket sales to 2012-13 season productions. This upcoming season features Pittsburgh premieres, family favorites and a mixed repertory performance at the August Wilson Center. The five production line-up includes Giselle, The Nutcracker, Moulin Rouge — The Ballet, Unspoken and Cinderella. Single ticket prices range from $25.75 to $95.75 and will be available online at www.pbt.org, by calling 412-456-6666, or visiting the Box Office at Theater Square. Here are show details: Giselle with the Orchestra Oct. 26-28, Benedum Center Presented with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Orchestra, this great Romantic era ballet …
Thursday, December 15, 2011
USC native Emily Kikta has found her calling dancing at Lincoln Center in New York, but, before that, she was just a USC gal with high hopes.
If all the world’s a stage, Upper St. Clair native Emily Kikta is set to perform. She’s danced her way from Pittsburgh to New York, meeting challenge after challenge in pursuit of her dream. And, she said, she’s only just begun. Emily, 19, is a professional ballerina in the corp de ballet of the New York City Ballet. She received her contract offer from the company in June 2011, after an apprenticeship which lasted approximately eight months. As a professional, she danced a soloist role in the company’s September production of Ocean’s Kingdom, a ballet scored and spearheaded by music icon Paul McCartney, which will be reprised on stage in January. Emily adds this role to an impressive résumé of numerous others she performed as a corp …
Friday, December 2, 2011
A festive weekend in Peters Township, and surrounding communities.
1. Family Movie Night Where/When: Peters Creek Presbyterian Church, 7 p.m. on Friday Why Go?: Bring the family to a fun night in the Youth Hall. The church will gather to watch Rio while enjoying popcorn and drinks. Children are encouraged to bring pillows and sleeping bags to make themselves comfortable on the floor. Pricing: Free 2. PYBC presents “The Nutcracker” Where?/When?: Upper St. Clair Theater, 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Why Go?: The Pittsburgh Youth Ballet Company presents "The Nutcracker." Bring the whole family to enjoy this classic holiday production. The performance will be held on Dec. 2 and Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. on the stage at the Upper St. Clair Theater. There will be an additional 2 p.m. …
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Dancers from Peters Township and surrounding communities perform Friday through Sunday at Upper St. Clair Theater.
Celebrate the holiday season with Pittsburgh Youth Ballet Company’s 28th annual full-length performance of "The Nutcracker." Internationally recognized for the excellence of its dancers, PYBC stands alone in bringing to the South Hills the brilliant, timeless and unrivaled choreography of George Balanchine’s “Snowflakes.” Dancers from Peters Township and surrounding communities have been training for Balanchine’s “Snowflakes” under the direction of PYBC Artistic Director Jean Gedeon along with Dana Arey, former Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Ballet mistress and current PYBC instructor. Katrina Killian, former New York City Ballet soloist and current NYCB Education Department Ballet Mistress, recently visited Pittsburgh as a representative of …