Gabrielle Kazuko Nomura Gainor reflects on lessons from lockdown, and interviews four local artists on their own shifts since the pandemic.
Shawn Roberts sees dance as a vehicle for healing and becoming—and she’s spent a career bringing that vision to life in Seattle.
Tracey Wong on finding personal liberation, building community, and connecting with ancestors through dance.
A conversation with Markeith Wiley—on their many roles, their remarkable career in art-making, and their hopes for the future.
“The definitions of Radical, Black, and Femme are expansive and RBFP is committed to supporting the work of artists who embody those identities in powerfully different ways.”
Reflecting on beloved dancer and musician Jim Kent, and his career of dynamic, expressive dancing.
With almost two decades of performing across Seattle, Hendri Walujo still craves the challenge of a new role.
Meg Fox’s journey to lighting design, thoughts on dance, and her plea for all to be better humans.
Seattle dancers/administrators Maris Antolin and Liz Houlton on their podcast, Dancers Did That?, and why history matters now.
Mikhail Calliste speaks on his time with Spectrum, dancing in complexity, and the racial discomfort of Seattle. Catch his solo this weekend in Lyric Suite.