Kari Tai reflects on the turbulent, emotional storm of badmarmarDANCE’s Witness.
“I work in a highly collaborative process. I care very much about the perspectives that dancers and performers share and try to create dialogue around whatever concept we are working with…the intention is at the forefront of the piece.”
Marlo Ariz learns to trust herself, let go, and rebuild. Her new work premieres at BOOST Festival this weekend.
The Spotlight on Seattle series forms a weeknight core of the Seattle International Dance Festival, organized annually by Cyrus Khambatta. Spotlight features three showcases of… Read More »Spotlight on Seattle: Take the Bad with the Good
Now in its fifth year, BOOST dance festival has become a cornerstone of the Seattle dance scene. This year’s show opened on April 4, 2014,… Read More »BOOST Week 1: An Evening of Dreamscapes
Written by Kathryn Hightower badmarmarDANCE in without context or provocation Photo by Joseph Lambert of Jazzy Photo This was a successful weekend for Seattle modern… Read More »Legg and Martin Split an Exemplary Evening
Written by Kaitlin McCarthy Marlo Martin in Without Context or Provocation Photo by Tim Summers This past Sunday, December 2, 2012, 12 Minutes Max, On the… Read More »12 Minutes Max Returns to Washington Hall