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Chop Shop returns for another year of art, education and fun
Mark Haim’s ‘Parts to a Sum’ exemplifies how choreographers are relinquishing control in the name of collaboration.
The colorful daily dance performance examines performative femininity and people-pleasing.
The new female-driven cabaret company strives for a noir cinematic sophistication.
The local arts institutions continue to push creative bounds under changing leadership.
Pacific Northwest Ballet opens its season with a centennial celebration of legendary choreographer.
‘DANCE This’ connects young performers with their peers and their cultural traditions of movement.
June boast two of the most innovative events on the local performance calendar.
The upcoming slate also feature a Jerome Robbins Festival.
Technique and transgression fill stages this spring as two styles become one.
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s production ramps up the splendor with beautiful new staging and costumes.
Local dance companies aim to fix the art’s centuries-old imbalances between men and women.
For the second year, dancers are turning the Olympic Sculpture Park into their stage.
In conversation and in movement, the documentary captures a defining moment in the life of storied dancer Wendy Whelan.
Donald Byrd’s newest illustrates the dangers of being queer in America on stage.
The company’s final show also marks the final performance of two long-term dancers.
Velocity’s experimental open mic allows artists to take first stabs at performance with an audience.
With the credo “You can’t be what you can’t see,” the group is taking on Eurocentrism via accessibility.
Ballet meets Broadway.
The company’s latest features dark, ominous work as well as sunset-inspired pastels.