The inaugural Tint Dance Festival thrills audiences with quality and diversity.
Richael Best (she/her) grew up studying ballet at San Francisco’s City Ballet School under Damara Bennett and Galina Alexandrova. She has also trained in jazz, contemporary, hip hop, swing, ballroom dance, and musical theatre. A graduate of Whitman College with a degree in English, Richael is thrilled to combine her passion for dance with her love of words while writing for Seattle Dances. When she’s not attending dance shows, Richael works for Sasquatch Books, an independent publisher in Seattle.
PNB’s gorgeous execution of this most storied of story ballets.
12 Minutes Max is back! After a 3-year hiatus the Seattle institution revives at Base.
Richael Best talks with DanceCrush Scotty Flores about his choreography, background, and what he’s discovering through burlesque.
PNB’s season opener is visually dazzling, but has the beloved Balanchine ballet become a bore?
House of Verlaine’s take on Giselle is a tangle of emotions, the erotic, and ghostly bodies.
Restless Creature, a documentary on ballerina Wendy Wheldon ending her 30-year career dancing at NYCB, premieres in Seattle at NW Film Forum.
“Split Bill” featured two new works by MADBOOTS DANCE and Kate Wallich + The YC, both of which will be expanded later this year.
Jody Kuehner’s Cherdonna crash lands inside of Ibsen’s A Dolls House in collaboration with Washington Ensemble Theatre.
“I THINK” These letters were stitched onto Dance Theatre of Harlem’s costumes in the final piece of Saturday’s performance and it could have been the… Read More »THOUGHTFUL VIRTUOSITY IN DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM