Sandi Kurtz reviews a new anthology of dance writing that spans the centuries.
Sandra Kurtz (she/her) teaches and writes about dance in Seattle and elsewhere.
A historical and comparative look at three alternative Nutcrackers this season from choreographers Mark Morris, Donald Byrd, and Lily Verlaine.
Strictly 2019 features work from Maya Soto, Jaret Hughes, Mark Haim, Alethea Alexander, Kate Wallich, Dani Tirrell, Pat Graney, and a host of student made dance films!
A documentary showing at Northwest Film Forum follows the reconstruction of Cunningham classic “Rainforest.”
Remembering Tom Deering, founding member of Radost Folk Ensemble.
Curious how tours get booked? The scoop on conferences that create connections for Seattle dance artists.
ARC Dance presents a variety of new and repertory works.
NWNW 2017: Two weekends, sixteen pieces, lots of dance, and a whole lotta stuff.
Liz Houlton, Alyza DelPan-Monley, and Elby Brosch explore their points of view in last month’s This, That, & the Other.
Madre Flamenca brings humor, emotion, and connection to The Royal Room.