Edward  Stierle started dancing at 5, won international awards by 16, and left us all at 23. His dedication, talent and enthusiasm for dance made him a legend in the ballet community and created a legacy that continues today. In May, PBS Fort Wayne recorded the Fort Wayne Ballet as they performed three of Stierle’s pieces: Concert Con Brio, Lacrymosa and Empyrean Dances. This preview of the upcoming 90-minute program offers a look at these performances in their entirety, along with a look at Edward Stierle, through archival material and a recent interview with Eddie’s sister Rose Worton.