Constant Flux in Into Ice

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Hands quiver behind white crumpled walls, backlit by stark blue-ish light. Their shadows enlarge as if on the walls of [...]

Preview: Into Ice

Into Ice, Dancer Mariko Nagashima, WittyPixel Photography

Artistic research, especially when it comes to dance, is a neglected topic. Yet, sometimes how the hours – days, weeks, [...]

RDC3 Brings Joy to Fresh Audiences


Relay Dance Collective took to Velocity Dance Center’s stage April 3-5 with refreshing vitality, showcasing their own unique approach to [...]

CHOP SHOP: Always a Sure Thing

Coriolis Dance in madness, to speak of nothing at CHOP SHOP 2015.  Choreography by Joshua Beamish.  
Photo by Rex Tranter.

CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work, now in its eighth year running, has established itself as an important, heavily-curated Seattle/Eastside institution, [...]

12 Notable Performances of 2014: A Personal Appreciation

Most people in the Seattle dance community know Anne Lawrence. A faithful mega-fan of all things dance, Anne can usually [...]

Good Show at M.O.


Choreography by Michele Miller and Alana O Rogers split last weekend’s modus operandi at Velocity Dance Center (October 10-12, 2014). [...]

Establishing a New M.O.


Known for their lush, full-bodied, and athletic movement, Michele Miller and Alana O Rogers are  teaming up this weekend to [...]

Making (It) Work

Guests mingle at a July 2014 fundraiser for choreographers Michele Miller and Alana O Rogers
Photo by Ryan Goldstein

In the interests of ensuring engaging conversation, there are topics better left undiscussed in certain circles of society. Last winter, [...]

Next Fest NW 2013 All About the Audience

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In an opening night introduction to the 2013 edition of Velocity’s Next Fest NW live performance series, Mark Haim noted [...]

Weekend Preview


  MOVE! a fundraiser for MLKBallet Photo by Scott Haydon    MOVE! #20 June 1, 7:00 PM, Theatre on the [...]

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