Last weekend, Dayna Hanson launched a new project bringing the influential works of her former dance company into the present.
Christine Longé's one-woman show, inspired by the life of her grandmother, shows a rarely depicted character: a woman in middle age acting upon her dreams and desires.
The dance company founded by Studio Kate Wallich and Velocity Dance Center performed works by Wallich, Tom Weinberger and Sidra Bell.
Whim W’him’s dancers commissioned Omar Román De Jesús, Alice Klock and Brendan Duggan to create work for their annual mixed-bill spectacular.
The choreographer, visual artist and curator's first year as festival director is all about expanding and experimenting with foundational notions of time.
"I love antiquated words. I love the grandiloquence of things that seem obsolete, and bringing them back fresh into this current world that we live in, and I think ballet is the same."
Veteran choreographers Michele Miller and Amii LeGendre team up for a politically relevant evening that doubles as a history lesson in Seattle dance.