Coriolis’ Girl in Late August, choreographed by Madeleine Gregor, resists oppressive expectations for cis women through embodied collectivity.
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.
Beloved dancer Marissa Quimby is honored in this collective post from the Seattle dance community, including an introduction and biography by friend and colleague, Mariko Smithashima.
“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.”
Note-worthy items and hot takes from a busy June: Lynn Tofil, Cameo, NWNW, new companies, and more.
Coriolis presents Natascha Greenwalt’s Danses des Cygnes – a utopic swan society handles sexual assault.
A dancer raises her steepled hands to her ear as if listening to distant echoes within a seashell. In a slow-motion trance, another dancer reaches… Read More »CORIOLIS BLURS LINES BETWEEN ABSTRACTION AND NARRATIVE