When someone reaches 21, it’s a significant number that signals a coming of age and a new-found maturity. The same could be said of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre principal Erin Halloran, who has smashed the record for career years with the company. (Of course, that doesn’t include two staff members at PBT — long-time finance director Jay Romano and costumier Janet Groom, who has been stitching the company into shape since the beginning. But Jay lifts numbers, not ballerinas. And Janet orders pointe shoes and doesn’t have to wear them.) Click on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for the article. In the meantime, enjoy a heavenly Halloran gallery of recent performances.