Depends what block of text ya' read. The main text, the one you quote, below the still image, is pretty good, but there's another on the right with the channel and time that says
A celebration of the Pennsylvania Ballet's golden anniversary, featuring performances of Christopher Wheeldon's "After the Rain"; Margo Sappington's "Under the Sun Pas de Deux"; and George Balanchine's "Diamonds" suite from his three-act "Jewels." Also: remarks from Pennsylvania Ballet founder Barbara Weisberger; and artistic director Roy Kaiser.
(The text is the same even when you change the station.)
So we may get the whole ballet! That'd be nice. I think there might be enough time: The other dances we glimpse in the video clip seem to be the Wheeldon excerpt movement, in gray costumes, and the pas de deux from the Sappington ballet inspired by Calder, shown mis-captioned in the still image, in the bright colors. We'll see what we'll see, but I thought somebody might have spotted an intelligent preview article in the press.