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Melody Datz Hansen
The Problematic Mixed Bill of PNB’s ‘Emergence’
April 17, 2018
Two brilliant dance works are marred by the presence of one that is shockingly and offensively behind our cultural times.
A ‘Swan Lake’ of Rare Beauty at PNB
February 6, 2018
Pacific Northwest Ballet opened its latest 'Swan Lake' with a performance so inspired that it felt like watching a brand-new production.
Coleman Pester: Choreographer, Convention-Breaker
December 28, 2017
Coleman Pester is the founder and artistic director of Tectonic Marrow Society.
Timely Collaboration and Faustian Disaster in ‘Saci & The Greater Trumps’
November 29, 2017
Karin Stevens Dance and Universal Language Project present two stories of apocalypse and human redemption.
360 Degrees of Dance
September 26, 2017
You don’t have to “get” zoe | juniper’s 'Clear and Sweet.' It will get you.
Whim W’Him: A New Season Begins
September 12, 2017
The strengths and weaknesses of the dance company's latest, 'Choreographic Shindig III.'
August 25, 2017
A PNB bill showcases Twyla Tharp, Crystal Pite and Jessica Lang.
Through the Lens of Dance
August 4, 2017
Velocity's film program helps dancers look and think outside their own bodies.
SAM + PNB = Sculptured Dance
July 24, 2017
Dance works at Olympic Sculpture Park highlight classical and contemporary.
The Delicate Balance of Beauty and Pain
June 6, 2017
Whim W’Him’s 'Approaching Ecstasy' is a powerful, dark and ultimately uplifting multi-media performance.
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