Coming in 2020

Appearing at the following DANCE FESTIVALS
Orange County Dance Festival Saturday, April 4th - 7:00PM
PBDT performs  "Fire & Drums"
Rose Center Theater
14140 All American Way
Westminster, CA
Ticket Prices: $25 General Admission, festival seating $40 Bundle (OCDF and Rising Artists) $5 Directors’ Social
(21 and over please)
SoCal Ballet Scene

BALLET FESTIVAL - Friday, July 24th, 2020

Claire Trevor Theatre
UC Irvine - Building #711, Irvine, CA 92617
Tickets will go on sale soon!

Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre will be featured dancing a scene from the ballet CAROUSEL
New choreography by Natasha Middleton

and the Lezginka from Gayane!


The festival is coming this Summer to Irvine!
This dance festival is unique in that it focuses specifically on the professional ballet talent in our local community here in Southern California.
The one-evening performance will feature a variety of local ballet companies, as well as some new choreography danced by professional freelance artists that are native to SoCal. 

Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre
PBDT Performed ...
some of Broadways Best Musicals!
On The Town - Chicago - West Side Story -
The Phantom of the Opera - Cinderella and More!
New Choreography! 
Completed 2018 Regional Tour

Choreographer, Natasha Middleton's ballet is filled with Fire, Passion, Love and Betrayal!

Remembering Red Sunday

“Remembering Red Sunday is an extremely powerful and well choreographed piece which activated many deep emotions. Dancers expressions and the graphics tell the tragic story which is difficult to convey in art form.”

Armen Khalafyan -Ravens Rock 

Dances To Armenian Composers

Central Library

Mark Taper Auditorium


"So You Think You've Seen Dance"

Soroyan Theatre
Fresno, CA


Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre

Guest Artists in  

"Gayane Ballet"

with the Lively Arts Foundation 

The Best of Khachaturian!
PBDT with Burbank Quartet
Up Close & Personal with PBDT  

A rare  behind-the-scenes look at the what goes into making a professional dancer.

Up Close & Personal with PBDT

allows the audience into the rehearsal hall while the company tells their story through voice over and dance.

A Collection of Works

Featuring the classical Chopin Pieces and a collection of neoclassical and contemporary works.

Don Quixote
A story of medieval chivalry, with Don Quixote, his side kick Sancho Panza and the two lovers, Kitri and Basilio. The original choreography by Marius Petipa.
Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre has performed in such cities as
Los Angeles, Hollywood, Glendale, Burbank, NOHO Arts District, Santa Barbara, Fresno, Lancaster, Thousand Oaks, San Francisco, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Santa Monica, West Los Angeles and Redondo Beach