Made in Seattle: Kate Wallich + The YC with Andrew Bartee

MADE IN SEATTLE:
KATE WALLICH + THE YC WITH ANDREW BARTEE
World Premiere SUPER EAGLE

FEB 13 – 16 / 8PM
!!ADDED SATURDAY 10PM PERFORMANCE!! FEB 15 / 10PM
Velocity Founders Theater 1621 12th Ave
TICKETS $20 / $25 at the door / $15 student + senior / $17 MVP

Limited walk-up tickets will be available for all shows at the Velocity Box Office starting at 7pm for the 8pm shows and at 9:30pm for the 10pm show.

“The YC are swiftly rising stars — known for creating intense, highly atmospheric
works . . . that resemble haute couture fashion spreads come alive.”

— Seattle Magazine 

Super Eagle was a huge success. Great buzz, great reviews, sold out houses including the bonus show…It’s definitely among the very best things I’ve seen in Seattle that was actually made in Seattle. Loved the rigor, the technique, the strong aesthetic and the compelling performances.” — Jeffrey Frace

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Photo Jacob Rosen

Rising Seattle stars Kate Wallich + The YC join forces with Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Andrew Bartee to create The YC’s first evening length work Super Eagle, premiering as part of Velocity’s Made in Seattle dance development program. Featuring an original score by Lena Simon (Kairos, Pollens, Mary Lambert), film by cinematographer Jacob Rosen, costumes by fashion designer Pierre Davis/NoSesso and breath-taking performances by Lavinia VagoMatt Drews, Andrew Bartee + Kate Wallich.

Learn more about The YC at companywallich.com.

special events

Friday_Bash_Quickies_8_FBSPEAKEASY SERIES:
SUPER EAGLE: THE GUTS + GLORY OF COLLABORATION
SUN FEB 9 / 7PM
Velocity Founders Theater 1621 12th Ave
Pay-what-you-can

WATCH Super Eagle: The Overture Trailer

Join us for a screening of the film Super Eagle: The Overture, a visual prelude to the world premiere of The YC‘s Super Eagle February 13-16, followed by a conversation demystifying the art of collaboration and the challenges of translation. The YC’s stellar company shares their process from conception to co-creation — with Kate Wallich (director/choreographer), Jacob Rosen (cinematographer), Andrew Bartee (co-choreographer), Lena Simon (sound designer), Lavinia Vago (co-director), Matt Drews (dance artist) and fashion designer Pierre Davis/Noesso.

The 2014 Speakeasy Series is sponsored in part by the generous support of Robert Stumberger.

PRESS

REVIEW Moving Ahead: Dancemakers Kate Wallich and Andrew Bartee, Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times, February 15, 2014

REVIEW Super Eagle Comes Close, Kaitlin McCarthy, SeattleDances, February 19, 2014 

LISTEN Choreographer Kate Wallich Spreads Her Wings with ‘Super Eagle’, KUOWFebruary 13, 2014

PREVIEW The YC Poised to Soar: Super EagleSeattleDances, February 13, 2014

REVIEW Couples in Trouble, Brendan Kiley, The Stranger, February 12, 2014

INTERVIEW Kate Wallich’s ‘Super Eagle’ Premieres at Velocity Dance Center in February, Brangien Davis, Seattle Magazine, February 2014

PRESS RELEASE Rising stars Kate Wallich + The YC join forces with PNB’s Andrew Bartee for Super Eagle, January 23, 2014

READ Andrew Bartee: Complacency is Not An Option by KUOW’s Marcie Sillman, December 4, 2013

READ 2013 Spotlight Award Winner Kate Wallich Brangien Davis, Seattle Magazine, September 2013

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Super Eagle is commissioned and produced by Velocity Dance Center as a part of the Made in Seattle dance development program with major support from The Glenn H. Kawasaki Foundation and generous support from 4Culture, Artist Trust, ArtsFund, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, The Office of Arts & Culture, The Seattle Foundation, Pacific Continental Bank, The Pruzan Foundation, Microsoft and the Morris Clitherow Family Fund. 

Development for Super Eagle was also made possible in part through residencies with The Rauschenberg Residency/The Rauschenberg Foundation, Springboard Danse Montreal, and MANA Contemporary/Armitage Gone! Dance. 

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