“Climate change – its effects on our planet, the current white-hot debate of its very existence, the promise that there is still time to change its course, the nagging feeling in the populace that time has run out – is arguably the most important, universal, global issue of our current moment.
Rewritten and retooled for its world premiere, Time to Tell is a fast-paced hybrid performance event that seeks to create an intimate but immediate experiential space to have a problematized conversation with its audience. Because, really:
It’s time to #talkaboutourfuture.”
A Crack In The Noise is a reflection of the humanitarian crisis of refugees. The Three Yells hope this project can lead to greater consciousness, support and healing. In our country, immigrants have always been under attack, but today even our highest ranking officials give power to what used to be fringe voices. A Crack In The Noise is a collaborative artwork strengthened by different genres, showing what can be accomplished when differences unite rather than divide. This work expresses the hope, survival and desperation of a journey reflected in the poignant words of poet, Warsan Shire:
no one leaves home unless
home is the mouth of a shark
you only run for the border
when you see the whole city running as well
Linder will be performing 365 by Petra Zanki at the 2018 Dance Week Festival in Zagreb, Croatia.
DANCE WEEK FESTIVAL (Tjedan suvremenog plesa) is Croatia’s primary international festival of contemporary dance, movement theatre and mime. This annual festival, organized by Institute for Movement and Dance was founded in 1982 by its Artistic Producer Mirna Žagar. Its eclectic programming is a platform for encounters of diverse choreographic and artistic visions meet and stimulate dialogue across the arts disciplines.
In Material Deviance in Contemporary American Culture choreographer, Alice Gosti takes a sideways look at our object-based reality. Reflecting stuff-centered culture back to ourselves, this dream state passes through shame, nostalgia, patriotism, and the weight of inheritance.
You are invited to join this community ritual at any time between 2-5pm on Mar 25 at On the Boards.
To participate please bring an object of significance that you are ready to part with, but which has been hard to let go of for whatever reason. The released objects will be placed on the set to become a permanent part of the production for the duration of the show.
The event is FREE and open to the public.
The Three Yells will be performing at this year's 2018 Artist Trust Benefit Art Auction. The Artist Trust Benefit Art Auction is an annual gala fundraiser bringing together artists, community members, collectors, donors, and friends to celebrate Artist Trust's mission of delivering financial grants and business practice support to individual artists of all disciplines in Washington State.
Giselle Deconstruct is a reduction of the ballet Giselle to its constituents parts of madness, death, spirits, true love, grief, revenge, traditions, and reinterpreted through the Butoh's influence of the playful and grotesques, and juxtaposed between Butoh’s slow hyper-controlled motion with the athleticism of contemporary dance. Tickets HERE
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SeattleDances is thrilled to announce their 2nd annual DanceCrush, designed to recognize and support achievements in local dance. SeattleDances annually honors dancers, choreographers, and productions they have a total crush on. Linder will be presenting a 10-minute excerpt of "The Beginnings of an Emergent Truth About Whipped Cream"
Join DANGERSWITCH!, Seattle's wildest physical theatre ensemble, as we dive deep into the depths of the ocean! Merging dance, clown, and design with our special blend of macabre hilarity, Into the Deeps will investigate political and socio-economic structures to create a hilarious, gut-wrenching visual spectacle.