Beth Twigs’ intricate puzzle of moving parts and Noel Price-Bracey’s show-stopping call to communal joy are both highlights of a high-caliber program.
Meredith Pellon (she/her) is the Artistic Director of SLOWBURN Dance Company. She is a graduate of the BFA dance program at The University of the Arts, and her work has been featured in Pennsylvania Ballet II: En Avant and Koresh Artist Showcase in Pennsylvania, as well as in Ballet Inc.’s The Series, and Jennifer Muller/The Works HATCH Presenting Series in New York City. Since relocating to Seattle, Meredith has presented work at Performance Lab at On The Boards, Converge Dance Festival, Monomyth I (produced by Tuya Vale Artist Collective), Seattle International Dance Festival, Drove VII (produced by Chlo & Co. Dance), and 12 Minutes Max. Meredith also curates and produces a site-specific performance series entitled Soft Concrete. She began writing for SeattleDances in 2018, and before that she wrote for Phindie in Philadelphia.
Writer Meredith Pellon experiences Field Guides, an interactive audio experience created by dance artists Leah Crosby and Hannah Simmons.
With almost two decades of performing across Seattle, Hendri Walujo still craves the challenge of a new role.
MALACARNE’s La Befana opens the new year with a live collection of dance films inspired by the Italian folk witch.
Seattle dancers/administrators Maris Antolin and Liz Houlton on their podcast, Dancers Did That?, and why history matters now.
Washington Ensemble Theatre’s VOTE ART VOTE, directed by Raja Feather Kelly and co-curated by Dani Tirrell, strings together ten new performances with the goal of reminding audiences how powerful one vote can be.
Boaz Yakin’s narrative dance film shows the complication of love in stunning use of choreography (Bobbi Jene Smith). Online through July 17.
The Golden Thread is an online interdisciplinary arts experience, with the goal of allowing Seattle-based artists from multiple genres to create work and be compensated through ticket sales.
With in-person rehearsals suspended during Covid-19, dance artists around the city grapple with how to rehearse under quarantine.
Three UW dance majors present successful works in Program A, and a case study in the use of sound. Program B unfortunately cancelled due to CoVid19 concerns.