Featuring two world premieres by choreographers Christopher Wheeldon and Edwaard Liang, an audience favorite from Alejandro Cerrudo, and three short videos from local choreographers and filmmakers, Rep 6 is the company’s parting online gift to loyal audience members.
Whim W’him’s 2019 piece This is Not the Little Prince finds new life through a film adaptation for streaming platform IN-With-WHIM.
Kinesis Project Dance Theatre joins Puget Sound and NYC into a single, experimental, livestream performance.
MALACARNE’s La Befana opens the new year with a live collection of dance films inspired by the Italian folk witch.
The world got a behind-the-scenes look into Seattle’s ballroom culture with a dazzling 5th anniversary edition of Legendary Children, including two dozen creatives and six houses.
Reflections Dance Festival marks the new Pier 62 space with art as celebration, mourning, education, activism, and inspiration.
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.
Kiana Harris’ four-part dance film AJE IJO is featured at Northwest Film Forum’s Local Sightings Festival.
Seattle Dance Collective releases five new dance films over the month of July. Lynn Tofil finds commonality in the first two works, and previews the upcoming films.
Boaz Yakin’s narrative dance film shows the complication of love in stunning use of choreography (Bobbi Jene Smith). Online through July 17.