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‘The Two-Step’ dances through an extraordinary life

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.
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‘New Dances II’ marks a formal departure for first-rate company YC2

The dance company founded by Studio Kate Wallich and Velocity Dance Center performed works by Wallich, Tom Weinberger and Sidra Bell.
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2018 Fall Arts Guide

Our picks for more than two dozen of the season's most compelling shows, plus Q&As with five leading local artists.
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Whim W’Him’s dancer-curated ‘Choreographic Shindig’

Whim W’him’s dancers commissioned Omar Román De Jesús, Alice Klock and Brendan Duggan to create work for their annual mixed-bill spectacular.
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A heightened, radical experience: Babette Pendleton on Yellow Fish Durational Performance Festival

The choreographer, visual artist and curator's first year as festival director is all about expanding and experimenting with foundational notions of time.
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The healing flavor of ‘Moonshine’

Imana Gunawan's 'Moonshine: a cabaret project' blends music, dance and food in a communal art experience based on an original folktale.
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Dance-Experimentalist Christin Call Embraces Her Ambition

"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."
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Sinner Saint Burlesque’s Bittersweet, Big-Hearted Swan Song

'A Midsummer Night’s Reverie' ends the group's 12 years of smart, sexy storytelling.
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Catapult Dance Reaches Back to Move Forward in ‘I Am Not A Small Woman’

Veteran choreographers Michele Miller and Amii LeGendre team up for a politically relevant evening that doubles as a history lesson in Seattle dance.
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The Intimate Ritual of ‘Broken Bone Bathtub’

Siobhan O’Loughlin's show is a metaphorical trust-fall.
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Sparse Surrealism Compels ‘Patti & the Kid’

Each moment of 'Patti & the Kid' is rich with purpose and detail, building a compelling, surreal world.
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Math + Art + Dance at CoCA

How can an improvisational dance, so freeform and abstract, possibly be so similar to math, which seems so concrete and rigid?