FEB. 2-7 – CABARET. The Cultural Trust’s Broadway Across America series continues with the raunchy and raucous production by Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall that has drawn raves in two editions on Broadway. Benedum Center. Click on Cabaret.
FEB. 5-14 – CONSERVATORY DANCE COMPANY. Point Park University’s Rubén Graciani, associate professor and dance chair and Keisha Lalama, associate professor collaborate on the world premiere of Five. The evening-length work takes the audience inside the minds and senses of the dancers and reflects on the difficult choices they must make in life. Performed with the Bach Choir. Click on Five.
FEB. 6 – FIESTA FLAMENCA.
Flamenco Pittsburgh gathers members of the flamenco community for a night of music, dance, singing, food, wine and friends. Kelly Strayhorn Theater, 8 p.m. Click on Flamenco.
FEB. 12-21 – PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE. Peter Pan flies back into the Benedum Center for two weekends.
FEB. 13 – SECOND SATURDAYS.
FEB. 13-14 – EXHALATIONS DANCE THEATRE.
It’s the fifth annual choreography project, which debuts original works from emerging artists. Kelly Strayhorn Theater. Sat. at 8, Sun. at 3. click on Exhalations
FEB. 19-20 – CLEO PARKER ROBINSON DANCE ENSEMBLE.
Well-known for more than 40 years, the Denver-based company presents the world premiere of Bamboula: Musicians’ Brew, commissioned by the Kelly Strayhorn Theater and featuring rising choreographic star Millicent Johnnie (Urban Bush Women, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Usher, Scary Movie 5). 8 p.m. Click on KST.
FEB. 25-27 – CONSERVATORY DANCE COMPANY.
Point Park University faculty members Click on CDC.
FEB. 26 – LOUISE LECAVALIER.
FEB. 27 – ELLIPSES CONDITION.