The annual showcase featuring contemporary Black choreographers previews its January mainstage premiere, promising much to look forward to.
Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas
Noelle Price talks dance in Seattle and Detroit, and how her history and family inform her artistic practices and ambitions.
Randy Ford’s Queen Street complicates and celebrates intersectional identities.
Staff Writer Miranda Chantelois chats with Noelle Price, Artistic Director of up-and-coming dance company PRICEarts N.E.W., about her latest project, Remember Me Young.
Showing Out celebrates Black voices with particular poignancy in the Central District.
Alex Crozier’s Millennials features characters, high kicks, and non-committal commentary.
If you didn’t catch Jade Solomon Curtis’ Black Like Me last year (a 2016 DanceCrush winner), then you’re in luck. A newly developed and expanded… Read More »DANCECRUSH SPOTLIGHT: JADE SOLOMON CURTIS