Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

101 6th St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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Come down to the Cultural District and take in a show or special event at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. The Ballet Company also maintains a touring schedule and provides classes for children and adults through the PBT school.

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