Performances & Events

Wild Beauty – a Day 4 offering

“a riot is the language of the unheard.” –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Gearing up for MLK Day and Wild Beauty, we thought it’d be helpful to share some resources and food for thought and soul, to prepare for a space of reflection. To start, Gabrielle has offered this interview between Mike Wallace that took place 3 years after the “I have a dream” speech, with thoughts on his commitment to non-violence, the then very recent uprisings and riots taking place across the U.S., black power, and so much more. Read the interview on CBS.

What is a riot to you? What languages do you use to connect, to commune, to resist, to love, or rebel?

Wild Beauty: What happens if we take our time? is a weeklong residency program that activates four core black artists–Gabrielle Civil, Randy Ford, Neve Mazique-Bianco, and Fox Whitney–to work/ play together in a ritual/ black movement intensive for Martin Luther King Jr. Day and beyond.​..Learn more

Upcoming Events

Wild Beauty

Wild Beauty

JAN 12-20
Wild Beauty opens space for four core black artists–Gabrielle CivilRandy FordNeve Mazique-Bianco, and Fox Whitney–to work/ play together in an MLK ritual/ black movement intensive.

What does it mean to dance (blackness) in blackness? In the heart of winter, how can we bloom, share breath, conjure, heal, and experiment with joy? Read More
Bridge Project 2020

Bridge Project 2020

3 new works created by some of Seattle’s rising choreographers created in the pressure cooker of a three-week residency!

Ongoing events

SH*T Gold

SH*T Gold

1st + 3rd Mondays

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Access Velocity is Velocity’s initiative to support independently produced performances in our flexible Founders Theater. This program allows local artists to rent our spaces and produce their performances affordably for Seattle audiences. All ticket sales, event content, and production is run independently through the artists. Learn more.


The below policies only apply to Velocity-produced events only. Tickets to Access Velocity performances are handled directly by the individual producer. If you’ve purchased tickets for a performance that is not Velocity-produced, we recommend checking the individual producers’ policies.

Q: Where do I go to pick up my tickets?

A: You can pick up your tickets at our Box Office. Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to show time. We do not offer late seating.

Q: What happens if I’m late?

A: All tickets that are not claimed by show time will be released to our Wait List.

Q: How does your Wait List work?

A: If there is a sold-out performance, we will create a waiting list 1 hour prior to show time. If you are hoping to see a performance and do not already have tickets, you can put your name on the waiting list by going to our Box Office in person. We will call available seats no more than 15 minutes prior to curtain. We give wait list priority to Friends of Velocity.

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A: Sorry! We do not give refunds, but you can trust that your contribution will go toward supporting artists, leaders, and members in the Velocity community.

Q: Can I exchange my ticket?

A: If you want to go to the same performance on a different date we can do a ticket exchange for free—but only if there are tickets available. Also! Certain events or promotions are not eligible for exchanging your ticket. Please contact our box office at least 24 hours before the original performance date. All exchanges are subject to availability. You can contact our box office here: 206-325-8773 or

Q: I can’t attend a performance or exchange my ticket, can I just donate my ticket?

A: Yes! You can donate your ticket by returning your tickets to Velocity as a donation. You can also receive a tax deduction for the price of the tickets. Your donation will be acknowledged by mail or email. Please contact our box office at least 24 hours before the performance. You can contact our box office here: 206-325-8773 or

Q: What happens if a performance is canceled?

A: Most performances will occur as scheduled regardless of the weather. If weather concerns should arise, check with the Velocity office, our website or Facebook page for updates and information. Under special circumstances, tickets for canceled events may be refunded or exchanged upon notification from the Box Office. You may also return these tickets as a donation to Velocity and receive a tax deduction for the price of the tickets. Please contact our Box Office about specific accessibility needs: 206-325-8773 or

Q: There’s been a change in the performance I was going to watch! What happened?

A: We get that performance changes do not always work out for everyone. We acknowledge that artists, programs, casts, dates, and prices are subject to change due to the many variable factors that go into creating any production. We hope you still attend performances and experience the incredible work of the artists in our community.


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