Ezra Dickinson explores the touchstone issue of mental health in his latest dance work.
Category Archives: Dance
Tamiko Nimura catches up with the Relay Dance Collective and talks about their “Paradigm Shift” in the dance and hip-hop community.
The three pieces Trey McIntyre chose to show Seattle last week come from rather different phases of the group’s existence. Unlike his last Seattle program, which featured numerous physical props, this program featured more purely physical dance yet with an exceptional diversity of style.
A look back at the BOOST dance festival 2013.
Of lollipops and symphonies: Black Grace perform brilliantly in their new work.
Whim W’him’s Crave More is a program of four dances with quite different thematic approaches. Overall the program is strong, but I have some reservations.
Fire! is a beautiful piece that is complete within its limitation, but I am not sure the limitation is final. I am not sure Ms. Cabeen is done with Niki de Saint Phalle–or perhaps that Niki de Saint Phalle is not done with Ms. Cabeen.
In the middle of an intense and challenging tech week, Koch was kind enough to provide some insights on collaboration in dance, choreography, and his version of Rite of Spring, which promises to be exciting on a number of levels.
As with all of UMO’s productions, one particularly needs to forget the brand of kitchen sink realism that is often presented on our stages. Instead, in order to begin appreciating it, what is required is an openness of the senses, an awareness of what’s transpiring onstage, and let meaning appear cumulatively after the fact.
Part 3 of The Working Artist series featuring dancer Paige Barnes. Wherein Omar Willey discusses the role of the artist in society with bits of poetry.