Abbey Grown opened on the breezy spring evening of March 28, showcasing an interdisciplinary group of artists who have found roots in the Fremont Abbey.… Read More »Abbey Grown Celebrates Community-Driven Art
Originally from Burlington, VT, Ciara was raised with roots in the Northeast and Midwest. In 2011, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Stephens College with a BFA in Dance with a minor in creative writing. As a dancer, Ciara is trained in ballet and Humphrey-Weidman modern and has appeared on stages across the country. She has performed works by choreographers including Martha Graham, August Bournonville, and Seattleites Amy Johnson and Umami Performance. While living in Nebraska, she worked with Daniel Kubert and OmniArts nebraska, performing the title role in an adaptation of the Red Balloon. Ciara’s articles and poems have been published in numerous literary journals as well as in The Untidy Season: An Anthology of Nebraska Women Poets and Prairie Fire regional newspaper. Currently, Ciara teaches dance throughout the Seattle area, including as the Pacific Northwest Ballet's Teaching Artist Apprentice. She began writing for SeattleDances in the fall of 2013.
Circa’s self-titled performance at Meany Hall on Saturday, March 22, gave Seattle audiences a rare treat. The Australian company, directed by Yaron Lifschitz, has established… Read More »Circa Amazes with Jaw-Dropping Simplicity
Shifting from live music to spoken word to dance to theater, Genre Bender showcased Seattle artists of every order, each highly lauded in their own… Read More »Genre Bender A Melting Pot of Performing Arts
By 6:30 PM last Friday night, the four performers of Cacophony for 8 Players had been rehearsing for nine and a half hours and were… Read More »Rich Layers of Cacophony To Fill Washington Hall
With Friday evening’s performance of Fire and Ice at Velocity Dance Center, Serendipity Dance Brigade brought to fruition a collaboration between numerous Seattle area artists.… Read More »Sci-Fi Flair in Fire and Ice Collaborations
South African choreographer Gregory Maqoma belongs to a culture of people whose history is riddled with oppression and resistance. In Exit/ Exist, his recent performance… Read More »Complex Historical Themes Reflected in Exit/Exist