Remembering Dance Writer R.M. Campbell

R.M. Campbell at his desk at the P-I in 2002. Photo courtesy of Jane Hadley.

When Richard Campbell started writing about dance at the Seattle P-I in the early 1970s, the community was a very [...]

DanceCrush Spotlight: Paige Barnes Bridges Dance and Eastern Medicine

Photo by Jen Au.

I caught up with Paige Barnes as she prepares to show her latest work, Interstitial Pulse, I might fall into [...]

Epic Proportions at PNB’s Director’s Choice

Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist Sarah Ricard Orza with company dancers in Jessica Lang’s Her Door to the Sky. Photo © Angela Sterling.

David Dawson’s Empire Noir boldly opened PNB’s 2016-17 Director’s Choice, the curtain rising on ten dancers in front of John [...]

Mr. Gaga: A Moving Portrait

Still from Mr. Gaga, film by the Heymann Brothers.

“This is a blessing for a dancer… to be part of a process that will change the world of dance.” [...]

Transportive Storytelling in Flew Like Clouds

Wade Madsen in Flew Like Clouds. Photo by Tim Summers.

What was it like to be in your body this morning? What was it like to be in your body [...]

Giselle Deconstruct: A Survival Story

Photo by Tim Summers.

What is romantic about madness, grief, anxiety, and suicide? Nothing, Veronika Lee-Baik communicates with Giselle Deconstruct, an evening-length work which [...]

Land of the Sweets: A Burlesque Tradition

Photo by POC Photo.

Attention readers: To all those tired of the Nutcracker—whether that’s performing the Nutcracker, watching the Nutcracker, or feeling weary from [...]

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