"Celebrating 46 Years!''
Peninsula Dance Theatre celebrates their 46th Season! Join us in our love for the arts as our dancers entertain you with both familiar stories and new works. Tickets are available for each show or you can choose to purchase Season Tickets at a discounted rate, which will include the following: The Nutcracker, Choreography Showcase and Coppélia. Give yourself or someone special the gift of dance, and purchase tickets today.
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Mission Statement of Peninsula Dance Theatre
Peninsula Dance Theatre is committed to developing young artists and enhancing our community by producing and providing frequent access to high-quality live dance performances.
A Note From our Artistic Director
For 46 years I have had the great pleasure of watching the evolution of the company and unlimited achievements of our young dancers. It was always a dream of mine to share my passion for the dance arts with others. Through Peninsula Dance Theatre, that dream has materialized! Each year, since 1973, Peninsula Dance Theatre has taken the time to create and nurture young artists into successful, confident young adults in both dance and their day-to-day lives. PDT has welcomed thousands of audience members to experience a quality classical and contemporary dance in the community and worldwide. PDT is associated with Bremerton Dance Center and is a proud member of The Ballet Alliance, an organization promoting the artistic development of dancers and choreographers across the United States. Thank you to all the dancers, volunteers, donors, and long-time audience patrons that have helped make PDT successful for the past 46 years, and to all of those who will continue to support PDT!
~Lawan Morrison, Artistic Director
Tickets can be purchased through Bremerton Dance Center or etix.
May 2nd at 7:30 PM
May 3rd at 3:00 PM
PDT presents the comedic ballet Coppélia, where Dr. Coppélius, the village inventor, makes a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his true heart's desire, Swanhilde. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor. Come and enjoy the vibrant costumes and lighthearted choreography in this story in which a young man is taught a lesson about his misdirected love.
515 Pacific Ave.
For More Information contact:
Bremerton Dance Center
BOX OFFICE | HOURS
515 Chester Avenue, Bremerton
Monday - Friday
4:30 pm-7:30 pm