Access Velocity
is Velocity’s initiative to support independently produced performances by Seattle artists in our flexible Founders Theater. We offer affordable and flexible rental packages that respond to artists’ different performance needs and offer theater rental support systems that reflect the highest national standards. Artists + organizations who have utilized Access Velocity for their independently produced performances include David Schmader/Intiman Theatre, Pat Graney, Mo’ Wave Festival, Kate Wallich, Full Tilt, Louis Gervais, Men in Dance, The 3 Yells, ilvs strauss + more!



Seattle-stitched-photoEMMALY WIEDERHOLT and GREGORY BARTNING present: THE DANCING OVER 50 PROJECT/ Come support the culmination of a two year book project interviewing and photographing over 50 dancers over age 50 up and down the west coast.





20150617JazzyPhotoISIDF-171MAYA SOTO + NICO TOWER present WORLD PREMIERE of INNER GALACTIC: An Odyssey of the Heart / An immersive dance performance incorporating, music, spoken word, and theater as well as video, costume, light and visual design. This adventurous show uses outer space as a metaphor for the vast and complex inner workings of the heart. Inspired by space travel, the writing of Carl Sagan, the life cycle of stars and a general love of sci-fi/fantasy story-telling, Inner Galactic is a wild ride through joy, humor and heartbreak, exploring how we are truly “made of star stuff”. It’s a dance show, a live music concert, and an interactive art installation, all based on the idea that introspection is as endless as the cosmos and the search to understand one’s self is a great adventure. More about Inner Galactic at www.innergalacticshow.com. Photo by Joseph Lambert.





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unnamedPRIDE FOUNDATION + STORYCORPS + KUOW present LISTENING EVENT HIGHLIGHTING LBGTQ VOICES IN THE REGION / Pride Foundation is partnering with StoryCorps—an organization that records, shares, and preserves stories—for their upcoming mobile tour to Seattle. Through this partnership, Pride Foundation and StoryCorps had the opportunity to record the stories of LGBTQ people in Billings, Montana earlier this year. They are excited to continue their collaboration this summer by documenting the rich history of the LGBTQ community here in Seattle. Join us for an evening of stories exploring community, struggle, and triumph, as we listen to a selection of hand-picked recordings highlighting LGBTQ voices in the Northwest. Come celebrate our oral history and chart a new course forward!

AUG 27 / 7PM / Email Katelen@pridefoundation.org to reserve your spot


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