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May recap, June calendar, and more!
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May Photo Recap


May was another whirlwind month on Seattle stages! Click the photos below to read SeattleDances' coverage of national touring companies, local angst, big spectaclesexy ballets, and work that featured everything from sea cucumbers to nursery rhymes.  

News and Notes

  • Save the Date: Summer Press Workshop July 18! SeattleDances is teaming up with Seattle Weekly dance critic Sandra Kurtz for a press workshop on Saturday, July 18, 12-3 PM at 12th Ave Arts. We will demystify the relationship between choreographers/presenters and the media -- so if you are a choreographer, self-producer, or presenter, we hope to see you there. Mark your calendars!
  • Got a workshop, audition, or other posting you'd like to see on the Callboard? Email the information directly to callboard@seattledances.com.
  • Want more updates about what's going on in the Seattle dance world? Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to catch our weekend line-ups!

Upcoming Shows

 

What To See This May


Pacific Northwest Ballet: Carmina Burana, June 4-7 at McCaw Hall
People Like You, June 5-6 at Velocity Dance Center (Read the preview)
Northwest New Works Festival, June 5-7 and 12-14 (Full festival schedule here)
Pacific Northwest Ballet: Season Encore, June 7 at McCaw Hall
Cabiri: EZID, June 12-13 and 18-20 at Cornish Playhouse
Pacific Northwest Ballet School: Next Step, June 12 at McCaw Hall
Salutations: A Documentary Short by CabinFever, June 13 at Northwest Film Forum
Pacific Northwest Ballet School Performances, June 13 at McCaw Hall
SIDF: Inter|National Artists Series, June 12-14, 19-12, and 26-27 at Raisbeck Performance Hall (Full festival schedule here)

SIDF: Spotlight on Seattle, June 16-18 at Raisbeck Performance Hall (Full festival schedule here)
Ate9: mouth to mouth, June 19-21 at Velocity Dance Center


Details and more on our Calendar

Is your upcoming show on the calendar? Email your press release and show info to editors@seattledances.com.

Blast from the Past!

Last May saw the final bow for much beloved local company, Seattle Dance Project. With a roster of highly experienced performers (including many former PNB dancers), SDP's final show, Project 7, featured works by Seattle choreographers Amy O'Neal, Wade Madsen, and Iyun Ashani Harrison. Click the link below to reminisce on the final chapter of this Seattle troupe's story.

Veteran Dancers Take Seattle Dance Project Home




 
Photo Credits
Photo Block, clockwise from top:

House of Verlaine in Rachel Gourd’s Tales of the Vienna Woods at L'Edition Noire at the Triple Door May 8. Photo by Ernie Sapiro Photography
Piloblous in On the Nature of Things at UW's Meany Hall May 14-16. Photo by Grant Halverson

Philippa Myler’s Mr and Mrs Sprain Ktisk Contemporary Dance at Velocity Dance Center May 8-9Photo by Joseph Lambert/Jazzy Photo
Carla Körbes and Karel Cruz in Alexei Ratmansky's Concerto DSCH at Pacific Northwest Ballet's Carmina Burana double-bill, May 29-June 7. Photo by Angela Sterling
Whim W'Him in Kate Wallich's Black Heart at X-POSED, May 29-31. Photo by Bamberg Fine Art
krāv by Nathan Blackwell at Full Tilt at Velocity Dance Center May 1-2 Photo by Joseph Lambert 
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MANIFESTO at Velocity Dance Center May 22-24. 
Photo by Tim Summers

Blast from the Past: Wade Madsen’s WANT in Seattle Dance Project's Project 7Photo by Joseph Lambert
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