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!
Velocity Dance Center
“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.”
Dance spaces to come, go, move, and grow. Here’s everything you need to know about dance space openings, closures, and moves from the last few years.
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!
With 30 years experience making dance work in Seattle, Peggy Piacenza talks process, history, working slowly, and the beginnings of something new.
A live-performance of original fables, music and movement in 9 sections.
Reflecting on beloved dancer and musician Jim Kent, and his career of dynamic, expressive dancing.
With almost two decades of performing across Seattle, Hendri Walujo still craves the challenge of a new role.
Velocity Dance Center reworks its summer programing–Strictly Seattle and SFDI–in response to the needs of 2020.
Boaz Yakin’s narrative dance film shows the complication of love in stunning use of choreography (Bobbi Jene Smith). Online through July 17.