Are you coming to world premiere of 3Seasons this weekend? Want some material to help you prep for it? Here's a small handful of new preview pieces for you to check out:
"The choreographic style he's developed in the past few years is also virtuosic and quirky, a highly physical, musical, and detailed approach. Seeing him right now may be similar to what it was like to see Twyla Tharp or JirÃ KyliÃ¡n early in their careers." - Seattle Weekly
Did you know that KUOW has started a performance club? Hosted by Marcie Sillman, the club will host post-show discussions at local restaurants and bars following select performances around Seattle. On Sun, Jan 17, they'll be launching the club at the Sitting Room following that evening's performance of 3Seasons.
OtB artistic director Lane Czaplinski and managing director Sarah Wilke, along with Thinklab producer/director Matt Daniels presented some video clips from our almost-ready OtB.tv program at PS122 in New York this afternoon. They talked about the initiative to around 100 international presenters, artists, managers, and art lovers.
Seattle Times writer Michael Upchurch on the upcoming Whim W'Him show.
For Seattle dance lovers, the members of Whim W'Him, a newly founded Seattle dance company, are a known quantity.
They're four stellar performers from Pacific Northwest Ballet (Chalnessa Eames, Kaori Nakamura, Jonathan Porretta, Lucien Postlewaite), another gifted quartet from Spectrum Dancer Theater (Ty Alexander Cheng, Hannah Lagerway, Kylie Lewallen, Vincent Lopez), and an eye-catching loner, Jim Kent, who has danced with Mark Haim ("Goldberg Variations") and Scott/Powell Performance.