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Now in our 18th year and counting more than 400 performances, we bring the magic of ballet and the art of storytelling to audiences of all ages in Greater Philadelphia.

Pages to Pirouettes celebrates the arts of storytelling and ballet: hear the story and then see it come to life through dance and music.

To engage us to bring dance and storytelling to an audience you care about, or donate a performance to a special audience, please..
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Pages To Pirouettes
PO Box 127
Narberth, PA 19072

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Our Friends
First Position Dance Arts
Wissahickon Dance Academy
Gwendolyn Bye Dance Center
Whitefeather Productions
Motions Dance & Fitness Shoppe
Charles & Rose Flachs
Philadelphia Studio Ballet

"These stories unite us in the human experience and teach us valuable lessons that will stay with us all of our days ... a perfect mix of storytelling and ballet"
Daniel Sean Kaye, Ticket, Jan 17-18, 2001
Our next public performance is Thursday May 14, 2015

Join Pages to Pirouettes and Motions Dance and Fitness Shoppe
in supporting a great cause!

The nerve of that new girl in the village, trying to steal Franz from his true love, Swanhilda! But when Swanhilda peeks inside the shop of toymaker Dr. Coppélius, she learns something very interesting about her rival . . .

Join us for this charming story
set to the lilting music of Léo Delibes.

Click the image below for more information (directions, ticket information, parking, etc.).
$5 per person; $3 children 5 and under; ticket price includes dinner at 6 pm.

Join P2P and Motions Dance & Fitness Shoppe in supporting a great cause! Tickets sales support CLUD's Afterschool BLAST, which serves Upper Darby community children and youth grades 1 through 8.

Contact CLUD at (610) 352-7037. eMail for enquiries: Christ Lutheran After School Blast.

Pages to Pirouettes brings the art of ballet to children of all ages. Hear the story then see it come to life through dance, costumes and music.

Last updated - April 11, 2015