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dani tirrell and The Congregation: Leviticus or Love and to walk amongst HUMANS

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

dani tirrell, Seattle’s Mayor Arts Award recipient 2019, is a Black, Trans Spectrum, Queer choreographer, dancer, and movement guide. Dani's performance of Leviticus or Love and to Walk Amongst Humans: A Dance in Two Parts (Book I: Leviticus) is a movement meditation of sin, love, loss and a world in which Black Queer bodies are… Read More »dani tirrell and The Congregation: Leviticus or Love and to walk amongst HUMANS

dani tirrell and The Congregation: Leviticus or Love and to walk amongst HUMANS

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

dani tirrell, Seattle’s Mayor Arts Award recipient 2019, is a Black, Trans Spectrum, Queer choreographer, dancer, and movement guide. Dani's performance of Leviticus or Love and to Walk Amongst Humans: A Dance in Two Parts (Book I: Leviticus) is a movement meditation of sin, love, loss and a world in which Black Queer bodies are… Read More »dani tirrell and The Congregation: Leviticus or Love and to walk amongst HUMANS

serpentwithfeet “Heart of Brick”

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

created by serpentwithfeet directed by Wu Tsang choreographed by Raja Feather Kelly co-written by serpentwithfeet & Donte Collins A Joyce Theater Production Produced: The Joyce Theater Co-Produced: Kampnagel International Summer Festival Co-Commissioned by: The Joyce Theater Foundation, Kampnagel International Summer Festival, The LA Phil - with generous support from Linda and David Shaheen, Seattle Theatre… Read More »serpentwithfeet “Heart of Brick”

50th Anniversary Celebration of Bailadores de Bronce

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

STG is celebrating Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month with local ballet folklorico dance troupe celebrating the 50th anniversary as a group in the Seattle community area. Enjoy dances fromvarious Mexican region. Bailadores de Bronce was founded at the University of Washington in 1972 and was a product of the Civil Rights and Chicano movements. This year, they… Read More »50th Anniversary Celebration of Bailadores de Bronce

50th Anniversary Celebration of Bailadores de Bronce

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

STG is celebrating Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month with local ballet folklorico dance troupe celebrating the 50th anniversary as a group in the Seattle community area. Enjoy dances fromvarious Mexican region. Bailadores de Bronce was founded at the University of Washington in 1972 and was a product of the Civil Rights and Chicano movements. This year, they… Read More »50th Anniversary Celebration of Bailadores de Bronce

A.I.M. by Kyle Abraham: New Mixed Repertory Programs

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

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 emphasis on music, text, video, and visual art. Thursday, February 21 at 7:30PM New Mixed Repertory Programs by A.I.M. will be performed at the Moore Theatre in Downtown Seattle. The… Read More »A.I.M. by Kyle Abraham: New Mixed Repertory Programs

Event Series DANCE This

DANCE This

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

Seattle Theatre Group's signature dance program, celebrating its 25th year, brings together youth & adult performers from diverse communities for collaboration & to share their culture through the art of dance. Student matinee and evening general admission.

$10 – $20

Dance This

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

This year Seattle Theatre Group (STG) marks the 25th anniversary of DANCE This, its signature dance program that brings together youth and adult performers from diverse communities to collaborate and share their culture through the art of dance. The milestone anniversary of this program is being celebrated with two national pieces; Robert Garland of Dance Theatre of Harlem and Chloé Arnold of… Read More »Dance This

Event Series DANCE This

DANCE This

The Moore Theatre 1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA

Seattle Theatre Group's signature dance program, celebrating its 25th year, brings together youth & adult performers from diverse communities for collaboration & to share their culture through the art of dance. Student matinee and evening general admission.

$10 – $20