Here are a few factoids to get you warmed up for local legend Catherine Cabeen's dance piece, Fire!
The Saturday performance of Catherine Cabeen and Co.'s Into the Void is SOLD OUT.
Here's what's been written about Into the Void so far:
"Seattle dancer-choreographer Catherine Cabeen explores a dreamlike Void" - Seattle Times
by Josef Vascovitz
There was a narrative, it emerged in certain passages: with boy meets girl, is confronted by a rival, fights and looses but is nevertheless the winner anyway; but the bigger story of freedom, of beautiful, unrestrained euphoric freedom that in it's-self, reaches to an epiphany of spiritual awakening and expression became the flying carpet ride I took.
Tonight’s opening of Catherine Cabeen’s Into the Void is her first opportunity to showcase her own ideas in an evening length performance. Don’t assume though that what you will see is a freshman effort. Her resume is long and varied and some would say crowned with her time with Martha Graham Dance Company. She is very much a multi-disciplinary produc
Catherine Cabeen has been busy in the months leading up to this weekend’s world premiere of Into the Void and has a smaller piece happening across town in The Variety Show.
This Friday we'll be opening up the lobby and bar at OtB at 5pm to screen Low Lives 3.
Michael Upchurch at the Seattle Times recently sat down with Catherine Cabeen to talk about Into the Void.
1. Catherine Cabeen danced with legendary choreographer Bill T Jones from 1998-2005. Jones, who was one of the recipients of the 2010 Kennedy Center Honors (alongside Oprah and Paul McCartney), trained Catherine to dance the roles that he had originally created for himself.