DanceCrush Spotlight: Jade Solomon Curtis

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If you didn’t catch Jade Solomon Curtis’ Black Like Me last year (a 2016 DanceCrush winner), then you’re in luck. [...]

Land of the Sweets: A Burlesque Tradition

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

Sculptured Dance brings PNB to the Park

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Seattleites love getting outside during those few summer months when the sun shines. There are outdoor concerts, festivals, movie screenings, [...]

Can’t Escape Racism in Spectrum’s Minstrel Show

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Our society proclaims to be a progressive one, one that rises above stereotypes and prejudice. It’s not always true, of [...]

Not All Talk at A Rap On Race

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Donald Byrd’s work is often a conversation about race, but Spectrum Dance Theater’s A Rap On Race makes the notion [...]

Showing Out Shows Up

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In the umbrella term contemporary dance, the word ‘contemporary’ usually refers only to the movement aesthetic, and rarely indicates if [...]

Black Arts Take the Stage at Showing Out

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Velocity Dance Center’s Founders Theater was filled to the brim on Sunday, February 28, with faces of the young and [...]

No Longer Invisible in Rambunctious 2.0

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This year’s Black History Month has been a busy one nationwide, with conversations on the value of black lives happening [...]

Class Exchange Offers Affordable Pro-Training

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Last year, Kim Holloway and Corina Dalzell found themselves discussing the difficult financial realities of being a professional dancer in [...]

CHOP SHOP Offers Diverse Body of Work

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An annual Eastside treat, CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work is a contemporary dance festival presented by StoneDance Productions in partnership [...]

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