“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.”
On the Boards
In Will Rawl’s [siccer], layers of Black and queer cultural context reflect the complexities of language, representation, and narrative control.
Informed by and made in conjunction with artists across a range of disciplines, the dance-based work entwines a sensual and provocative vocabulary with a strong… Read More »A.I.M. by Kyle Abraham: New Mixed Repertory Programs
Make Banana Cry is a critical and destabilizing dance performance by Andrew Tay and Stephen Thompson that questions Asian stereotypes while examining the transmission of… Read More »Andrew Tay & Stephen Thompson: Make Banana Cry
Starring Cherdonna Shinatra, Martha Graham Cracker, and Jarbeaux, Threesome uses pleasure, punk rock, and spectacle to marvel and laugh at the inner workings of humanness. … Read More »Threesome: Cherdonna & The Bearded Ladies
Guest curators Nia-Amina Minor and David Rue invite choreographers and performers to convene and present new work to the Seattle community. Week 1 (West Coast… Read More »Nia-Amina Minor and David Rue: Black Collectivity Presents: To Gather
With 30 years experience making dance work in Seattle, Peggy Piacenza talks process, history, working slowly, and the beginnings of something new.
A conversation with Markeith Wiley—on their many roles, their remarkable career in art-making, and their hopes for the future.