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The PGK Dance Project at The Lyceum Space Theater

  • Lyceum Theater 79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA, 92101 United States (map)

World-Class Dance Comes Home to San Diego’s Lyceum.

This multi-ethnic company performs a wide variety of works of diverse styles by award-winning choreographers of today. 

The PGK Dance Project will perform a full-length concert in the Lyceum Space Theater featuring Choreographic works by 
Peter G. Kalivas, Founding Artistic Director/Choreographer 
Rosalia Nalani Lerner 
Khamla Somphanh 
Geoffrey Gonzalez 
Michael Nickerson-Rossi 
Heather Dale Wentworth
Kim T. Davis 

Dancers: Megan Rae Jenkins, Jennifer Fait Puls, Desiree KC Cuizon, Alyssa Ajay Junious, Nguyen Bui, John Paul Lawson, Chad Ortiz


*Oct. 8th 2pm $15 General, $10 Senior/Student/Military, $5 Groups
*Oct. 11th 730pm with reception $20 General, $15 Senior/Student/Military, $10 Groups
*Oct. 12th 2pm $15 General, $10 Senior/Student/Military, $5 Groups

Phone and box office fees apply, $5 more at the door, FREE 4 hour parking Lyceum validation

Tickets at / or by calling the Box Office at 619.544.1000. The Lyceum Space Theater is located at 79 Horton Plaza/San Diego/92101

Group Tix:

Or contact The PGK Project directly at: / 619-886-7924


PROFESSIONAL Development Event Oct. 8th

Wednesday evening Master Class Marathon from 6-9pm for dancers and observers featuring choreographers: Khamla Somphanh, Michael Nickerson-Rossi, Peter G. Kalivas and including a moderated Question and Answer, meet and mingle with all participants.
$20 to Participate / $10 to observe 

Advance Pay at: Advance Registration at:

Walk Ups limited as space permits: 30 Dancers, 50 Observers MAX Capacity
Questions: / 619-886-7924

Info @: / 619-886-7924

The PGK Dance Project is San Diego’s most widely travelled top-tier contemporary dance company established in 1994 by Artistic/Executive Director Peter G. Kalivas between Munich, Germany and New York City, and San Diego-based since 2002. 
A Cultural Ambassador company to the US Department of State “PGK” has represented American Contemporary dance through performances and collaborations world-wide.

Photo Credit: Sue Brenner