FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Pittsburgh, PA – Texture Contemporary Ballet Presents the Works In Progress choreography projecton November 3rd.
Pittsburgh’s newest dance company, Texture Contemporary Ballet, is proud to announce the newest installment of Works In Progress (WIP) at The Space Upstairs. Texture will host two installments of this choreography project on November 3rd at 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm and tickets are available at ShowClix for $15 with a suggested donation of $10 for unlimited beverage and refreshment.
WIP is a groundbreaking choreography project created in 2008 by Kelsey Bartman, Robert Poe, Mary Lohr and Andrea Vierra. In 2010 Christopher Stuart joined the direction team. The purpose of this project is to allow choreographers to hone their craft in an open and encouraging setting. This endeavor gives choreographers with a variety of backgrounds and experience levels the opportunity to gain invaluable experience. The concept is to present raw, yet complete works in an intimate setting.
This year Texture Contemporary Ballet is hosting WIP’s 5th Installment. Choreographers will include Justin Allen, Kelsey Bartman, Veronica Hart, Alan Obuzor, Sarah Obuzor, Robert Poe, Alexandra Tiso, Cooper Verona, Jamie Murphy and Renee Smith. Performers will include dancers from Texture Contemporary Ballet, Big Muddy Dance Company, ConcorDance Contemporary Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and Missouri Ballet Theatre.
About Texture Contemporary Ballet:
Texture Contemporary Ballet is comprised of classically trained professional ballet dancers who have danced and trained at some of the top ballet companies and schools in America. Dancers are brought together on a per project basis to create and present predominantly contemporary and neo-classical work.
Texture strives to inspire dancers, teachers, directors, choreographers, audience members and artists of every kind, by presenting ballet in an innovative way. We believe it is important to break through preconceived notions that people may hold while witnessing ballet for the first time. Yet simultaneously, Texture fulfills the expectations of frequent theatergoers and those who are deeply submerged in the dance world. Therefore, Texture is both unique and inviting, while still upholding standards of technique and presentation.