Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers in the world premiere of Donald Byrd’s And the sky is not cloudy all day

Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers in the world premiere of Donald Byrd’s “And the sky is not cloudy all day.” Photo by AngelaSterlingPhoto

Pacific Northwest Ballet has added two new productions to its virtual season, available to stream April 1-5.

One is And the sky is not cloudy all day, an intuitive look at Western culture by Spectrum Dance Theater artistic director Donald Byrd; the other — whose title has not yet been announced — is from highly lauded PNB resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo.

An archival performance of Alexei Ratmansky’s Pictures At an Exhibition will accompany the programming.

Interested viewers either can get a digital performance ticket or a premium version — Digital Performance Plus — that unlocks access to exclusive videos and additional content from up-and-coming choreographer Margarita Armas.

Get tickets here.

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