MAR. 6 – KAYLIN HORGAN. This petite Pittsburgh dynamo takes on musical giant Stevie Wonder at the Union Project. 7 p.m. More info TBA.
MAR. 7-16 – PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE. It’s time for PBT to stretch its wings, so to speak, at the August Wilson Center with 3×3, its annual mixed repertory night. On tap will be the world premiere of Viktor Plotnikov’s In Your Eyes, musically driven by Dvorak, the Pittsburgh premiere of Julia Adam’s Ketubeh and set to klezmer music and an encore of Dwight Rhoden’s Smoke ‘n Roses, featuring Pittsburgh songstress Etta Cox. Click on PBT for info.
MAR. 7-8 – SIDRA BELL DANCE NEW YORK. Sidra is one of Pittsburgh’s favorite choreographic visitors. This time she brings the world premiere of garment, developed during a residency at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater’s Dance Alloy Studios. She is rejecting the ordinary, which she does so well, in a vocabulary that will explore bending and shifting identities. KST, 8 p.m. Tickets: $15 Artists/Students; $20 15206; $25 General Admission. Click on KST.
MAR. 8 – BALLET DU GRAND THÉÂTRE DE GENÈVE. The Pittsburgh Dance Council continues a stellar season with the Geneva Ballet, which will introduce two major emerging choreographers on the international scene, Andonis Foniadakis and Ken Ossola. Byham Theater, 8 p.m. Tickets: $19-55; 412-456-6666, Box Office at Theatre Square or trustarts.org.
MAR. 9 – SECOND SATURDAYS. Spontaneity springs eternal with The Pillow Project at The Space Upstairs. 8 p.m. to midnight. $10 at the door.
MAR. 11-16 – ONCE. This is a great opportunity to catch Steven Hoggett, a leader in Great Britain’s physical theater movement, all within the 2012 Tony Award-winning musical about a Dublin love story. The cast is a prime example of the new quadruple threat performer — singer, actor, dancer, musician. Benedum Center. Tickets: $25-75; 412-456-6666, Box Office at Theater Square or trustarts Another installment in the development of The Ubiquitous Mass of Us, Maree’s current project. Set to showcase at The Pearlarts Studios. 8 p.m., but come early to enjoy a scavenger hunt, refreshments and a tour of Blaine Siegel’s studio. 201 N. Braddock Ave. $15 general; $10 artist. At the door.
MAR. 20 – THE ROYAL BALLET. Fathom Events is the new producer on the block, bringing a series of live Royal Ballet performances to the new Monroeville Mall 12. 7 p.m. It continues with the ever-popular “The Sleeping Beauty.” Click on Mall 12.
MAR. 20-APR. 6 – VERA STARK.
MAR. 21-23 – TEXTURE CONTEMPORARY BALLET.
MAR. 23 – PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE.
MAR. 27 – IN THE HEIGHTS.
MAR. 28 – TAYLOR KNIGHT. Taylor invites friends for an evening of music, dance and coffee at Biddle’s Escape in Regent Square. 7 p.m. Free entry, but donations appreciated.
MAR. 29 – BODIOGRAPHY.
MAR. 30-APR. 1 – BOLSHOI BALLET. Golden Age