Kari Tai takes us through her experience inside AnA Collaborations’ Dragonslayer: “a crucible of dance, sound, light, and participation.”
Coriolis’ Girl in Late August, choreographed by Madeleine Gregor, resists oppressive expectations for cis women through embodied collectivity.
Punchbowl Productions presents their inaugural show at intimate 18th & Union, featuring the work of Alex Kronz, Bridget Kirk, Kara Beadle, Emma Rose DeSantis and Bethany Lynch.
All Time Stops Now “experiments with the liminal space between the virtual, in person, and a third unknown and perhaps spiritual thing.”
Our interconnected nature becomes a prevailing theme in KSD & Kin, featuring the works of Karin Stevens, Anja Kellner-Rogers, and Sara Caplan.
Kaitlin McCarthy meditates on four performances through the lens of “who’s in the room.” Includes Black Collectivity’s To Gather, Velocity’s Hybrid Lab, Four on the Floor’s Good for Her Age, and El Sueño’s Mestizo: Breaking the Caste.
Fox Whitney finds “practical and poetic connections” between Co-Performance and Party: Show 6 and the movement toward collective liberation.
Meredith Pellon reviews four offerings from Pacific Northwest artists at this year’s experimental dance festival from Velocity Dance.
Black gay nightlife gets its fairy tale moment in serpentwithfeet’s Heart of Brick.
“Here in Seattle many of us have the freedom to come together…To do so is a gauge of our own personal freedoms. How we show up for our communities matters as much as the art being shared.”