“The definitions of Radical, Black, and Femme are expansive and RBFP is committed to supporting the work of artists who embody those identities in powerfully different ways.”
Washington Ensemble Theatre’s VOTE ART VOTE, directed by Raja Feather Kelly and co-curated by Dani Tirrell, strings together ten new performances with the goal of reminding audiences how powerful one vote can be.
Dani Tirrell’s Black Bois showcases the unique talent of each of its cast members and the collective artistic excellence of Seattle’s Black community.
A MLK Day ritual invites artists to take time and space for “Black power, heritage, creativity, and communion.”
The annual showcase featuring contemporary Black choreographers previews its January mainstage premiere, promising much to look forward to.
Randy Ford’s Queen Street complicates and celebrates intersectional identities.
The next chapter of Homo for the Holidays keeps the Capitol Hill tradition alive.
Moonshine Cabaret brings together food, dancing, music, and community spirit.
Northwest New Works Showcase 4 brings four strong dance works to On the Boards.
SeattleDances talks with the effusive and effervescent DanceCrush Randy Ford.