Sandra Kurtz

Opening Nights: Amy O’Neal

Demonstrating that "how we mix makes us original."

Opening Nights: Cinderella

A family-friendly ballet lures the audiences of the future.

Fall Arts: PNB at 40

Our critic traces the evolution of an institution.

Opening Nights: LOVE

Dance on the dark side of the emotion, set to some great Britten.

Opening Nights: A Paper Trail

KT Niehoff gives dance audiences a little homework.

Opening Nights: Apollo and Carmina Burana at PNB

Balanchine strips down while Stowell gets zesty and fecund.

Opening Nights: New Works at PNB

Showing off a company's versatility.

Opening Nights: Don Quixote

PNB dancers tear up the stage in this Spanish holiday.

Opening Nights: Project 5

Seattle Dance Project marks a birthday.

Dance: It’s Nutcracker Time at PNB

PNB corps members recall their first encounter.

Opening Nights: Winternacht

An airborne celebration of dark pagan mythology. With dessert.

Opening Nights: The Beast

Donald Byrd's dance of domestic abuse.

Opening Nights: PNB’s “All Wheeldon”

Spotlighting the choreographer's curiosity about dancing of all sorts.

All Under One Roof

Meany Hall's new director, Michelle Witt, has to make sense of a hybrid institution.

Opening Nights: PNB’s Contemporary 4

Dance doesn't need a story to make an impression.

Opening Nights: Cinderella

PNB's ever-popular fairy tale.

Opening Nights: hold . . . hold on . . .

The thrills of climbing walls and defying gravity.

Dance Review: Mold and Macrame

Wear your dust mask and keep moving at this decay-centric performance installation.

Opening Nights: Ayudapii

Arresting images in a plastic-lined bomb shelter.

Opening Nights: PNB’s “All Tharp”

Dancers claim they never work harder than in her choreography.