BalletMet is heading outside on Friday night to give a free performance at the new Bicentennial Park Performing Arts Pavilion. It's an excellent opportunity to spend some time at the new park, as well as to see excerpts from the company's upcoming season.

BalletMet is heading outside on Friday night to give a free performance at the new Bicentennial Park Performing Arts Pavilion. It's an excellent opportunity to spend some time at the new park, as well as to see excerpts from the company's upcoming season.

Visitors will be treated to part of "Sleeping Beauty," choreographed by BalletMet Artistic Director Gerard Charles, which will be performed in its entirety in March. "Pride," choreographer Ma Cong's contribution to last season's "7 Deadly Sins," is also on the docket, along with several other past favorites. And don't miss Randy Duncan's "Everyday People," which is set to the Sly & the Family Stone song by the same name.