Dance Church goes national. Velocity’s Artistic Director Fox Whitney steps down. UW dance program overhauls their curriculum. Two Seattle dancers named in Dance Magazine’s 25 to watch. This and more in January’s news roundup!
It’s hard to use terms like “event of the season” without sounding cliché, but if you want to be on the pulse of what’s happening in Seattle’s dance (or nightlife) scene, Drama Top’s Boys! Boys! Boys! is not to be missed!
Seattle dancers/administrators Maris Antolin and Liz Houlton on their podcast, Dancers Did That?, and why history matters now.
Drama Tops: This is for You examines a journey of gender transition with nuance and generosity.
Drama Tops and AVID bring a hilarious and intimate show to Washington Ensemble Theatre’s Dance Nation set.
West Liberty talks with Elby Brosch about gender, creative process, and his latest project Drama Tops, This Is For You.
Velocity’s NEXT FEST runs the gamut of responses to theme Ritual & Rebellion within a permeable, shifting performance space.
Kim Lusk talks about taking her work to Jacob’s Pillow, starting grad school this fall, and her choreographic approach.
LA’s WHYTEBERT and Seattle’s Dance Undercurrent team up to host a Pop up performance/party at Photon Factory.
Kim Lusk’s first evening-length show is a big hit.