Audition for tEEth

tEEth, the winner of the 2011 The A.W.A.R.D. Show!, are holding auditions for the upcoming season. Here's what they're looking for:

How do we classify dance? Should we classify dance?

Jody Kuehner of The Cherdonna and Lou Show contacted us to let us know that a big discussion has begun about the question of what classifies as dance and the importance of classification in reponse to their performance at The A.W.A.R.D. Show!. Early in the weekend she posted:

Recapping Night's 3, 4 and the whole event

The A.W.A.R.D. Show! may be closed, but the reviews and recaps keep rolling in. Here's where you can check out more coverage of night's 3, 4 and the whole thing:

The A.W.A.R.D. Show! winner is...

...tEEth! Congrats to them and all of the incredible participants.

Dance Off#3!

It was a remarkable evening! Familiar faces making the an art party. Everyone's hepped up and excited about tonight's show and are punting ideas about who will take this evening's vote. Look's like I'm not in the front row the seats are rapidly swept up by a phalanx of teenage girls, giddy with excitement!

Congrats to Saturday night's finalist, The Offshore Project

Audience votes determined that The Offshore Project will proceed to the final night.

Stay tuned for more updates on who will be joining them on Sunday. For info or tickets, see the performance page.

Sat AWARD Show Waiting List

The Waiting List for Saturday's AWARD Show performance is full. We will start a second, slim-chance-of-getting-in, cash only waiting list at 7pm at our upstairs lobby box office. Who knows? Sometimes these people do get in. Give it a shot if you're feeling adventurous!

Recapping Friday night

Want to know what happened on Friday night? Check out the following:

OtB A.W.A.R.D. Show: Night Two: City Arts

Dance Off #2!

Did I go home and sleep last night? Time is jello because here I am in my same front row seat and am seeing the same people. It's a bit of a social scene here for A.W.A.R.D show #2 with everyone milling about, having casual conversation. Lights out, show time, people sit. "So You Think You Can Dance" Seattle style, night number two.