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dance this week

PNB’s Carrie Imler, Olivier Wevers and company dancers
in Nacho Duato’s Jardí Tancat
(Angela Sterling photo)

Good luck choosing! Consider this mini-marathon a warm up for October, which has even more going on.

May it be in your budget and your schedule to be able to attend all of them.

OtB’s 12 Minutes Max, by the way, includes some dance! [verbatim from OtB’s website; sorry I don’t have pix, as I’m sure they’ll be most interesting!]

•  “Making her way all the way from Japan, Yuki Enomoto returns to 12MM with a solo dance piece dedicated to the late Seattle dancer Aaron Brisbane. (Dance)

•  “The gender-blending “boylesque” performance-art solo sensation Waxie Moon performs a theatrical striptease with rewritten Shakespeare, glamorous costumes and a little audience participation. (Dance Theater)”

Listings after the jump.

White Bird Dance: White Bird Dance Series

BJM Danse Montréal / Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal
September 23–25

The Swedish Housewife:
House of Thee UnHoly #4
September 23–25
The Triple Door

Vashon Allied Arts Auction and Fundraiser
Sept 24–25
Vashon Island, Blue Heron /

Pacific Northwest Ballet:
Director’s Choice
September 24–October 3
Petite Mort; Sechs Tänze; Jardí Tancat; Glass Pieces • video previews at
Josephine’s Echopraxia
Your morality tales are ignorant and arrogant and I am sick of hearing them

September 24–25

Project Space Available
Carmona Flamenco:
Carmonas (Marcos, Rubina and David) + Ana Montes
September 25
Solstice Café

RandAll Dance: Box of Chocolates
September 25–26
The School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts (SANCA)

On the Boards:
12 Minutes Max 

September 26–27
Curated by Jeffrey Fracé (actor, director and professor, University of Washington) & Shannon Stewart (dance artist and development director, Velocity Dance Center)  
The 5th Avenue Theatre:
In the Heights
September 28–October 17
The 5th Avenue Theatre • video previews at
Northwest Dance Project:
September 30–October 2
Loni Landon, André Mesquita, Ihsan Rustem, Olivier Wevers
Portland, Lincoln Performance Hall