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Happy Hour mixes dance, theater and one card trick all set to a sound score of Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Journey and Nat King Cole. Come after work, first drink’s on us. No really, you get a drink but leave the dancing to us.
MADE IN SEATTLE: ALICE GOSTI
World Premiere: How to become a partisan
APRIL 25 /4-9PM
Presented by Velocity at Saint Mark’s Cathedral 1245 10th Ave E
TICKETS $18 / $20 at the door / $12 student + senior / $15 MVP
4-9PM / Performance at Saint Mark’s Cathedral
This five-hour, come-and-go, immersive performance by Italian-American choreographer, Alice Gosti, and in collaboration with Hanna Benn, Amiya Brown, Deborah Trout, and seven incredible Seattle performers, is commissioned, developed and produced through Velocity’s Made in Seattle new dance development program. How to become a partisan focuses on questions of identity, community, and where art belongs, challenging the canonic boundaries of dance.
mouth to mouth is a fifty-five minute contemporary dance piece created by Danielle Agami, with original music by Jodie Landau, for a cast of eight dancers.
JULY 24 / 8PM
JULY 25 / 2PM + 8PM
Broadway Performance Hall 1625 Broadway
TICKETS $18 / $12 students + seniors / $15 MVPSuper-charged new works by Zoe Scofiled, Pat Graney, Kate Wallich, Anna Conner, Shannon Stewart, Kaitlin McCatrhy + Bryon Carr created during the three-week Strictly Seattle Summer Dance Intensive + New shorts from KT Niehoff’s Dance Film Track.
Part of the Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation
JULY 30 / 8PM
Broadway Performance Hall 1625 Broadway
TICKETS $18 / $12 students + seniors / $15 MVPA critical mass of exciting artists who have been dancing everywhere but in the mainstream. Featuring inter/national SFDI 2015 faculty.
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