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.
By Catherine Cabeen
Here's what Seattle critics are saying so far about Devotion:
Did you come see Sarah Michelson's performance Devotion? We want to know what you thought. You can post your comments below.
Next week's Seattle premiere of Devotion features two heavy hitters from NYC: choreographer Sarah Michelson and playwright Richard Maxwell. Read on below for more insight into both of these artists!
When Sarah Michelson first came to OtB in 2005 she redesigned both the exterior and interior of On the Boards and brought in a slew of community dancers to fill all of our spaces, from the parking lot across the street to the admin offices.
As Sarah's tour of Devotion continues on, more and more reviews are coming out:
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:
Take away any gender connotations from the term Patriarchal Power, and it seems like the best term to describe Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM's "Dark Matters." Can an artist’s creation take such a hold, that it can literally take over their creator's lives? Crystal Pite's creation has that certain quality to it, generating the type of ambiguity that begs to be analyzed further.