Series Encore

Relive the magic! Watch all five world premieres from July 2020 as one complete program

in this special presentation of dance films created under constraints of the pandemic.

BONUS PRESENTATIONS

Cast Party

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The Making Of

Home

Choreographer

Penny Saunders

Dancers

Music

Elle Macy & Dylan Wald

Michael Wall

 

Drawing inspiration from audio recordings of the dancers, Elle Macy and Dylan Wald, this vignette celebrates the pure delight two individuals can find in the world when they view it through the lens of love.

The Only Thing You See Now

Choreographer

Dancers

Music

SeaPertls

Miles Pertl & Leah Terada

original composition by Jason Webley

 

A duet set against the backdrop of the Seattle waterfront. Staying afloat, making waves.

 

The Only Thing You See Now is generously underwritten by Dan & Pam Baty

A Headlamp or Two

Choreographer

Dancers

Music

Beth Terwilleger

Stephan Bourgond &

Lucien Postlewaite

Beethoven’s

Moonlight Sonata

 

Musings

Choreographer

Amanda Morgan

Dancers

Music

Nia-Amina Minor & Amanda Morgan

Hannah Mayree

 

Sometimes finding absurdity and humor while dealing with excruciating emotional pain is the only way to cope. Sometimes one needs to find laughter in order to be able to find a path to emotional healing. And sometimes a good headlamp is all one needs.

A Headlamp or Two is generously underwritten by Maria Mackey

This piece speaks to the lack of spatial justice for Black and Brown individuals, especially during these times, and seeks to 

serve as an expression of hope that people will continue to think about their Black and Brown communities, and speak up

 for them looking ahead to the future.  

 

Special thanks to:  Ms. Edna Daigre, Randy Ford, Akoiya Harris, Zariyah Quiroz, Kenya Shakoor and Hannah Mayree.

I Was Blind (Mole in the Ground)  by Hannah Mayree Gladstone was recorded by Max Citron/HOMHOMHOM.

Musings is generously underwritten by the Glenn H. Kawasaki Foundation

The Space Between Us

Choreographer

Dancers

Music

Bruno Roque

Noelani Pantastico &

James Yoichi Moore

Alexander Hoeppner’s 

Pulsating 

(alternative version)

 

Whether six feet apart, or thousands of miles through a satellite and fiber optic entanglement, the current distance between us is taking its toll. Beyond the absence of touch, we also miss out on non-verbal cues - when someone’s fidgety while talking, or inhaling quickly in preparation to interrupt. All that richness has been impaired. But hopefully soon, we will return to that bounty of social, physical interaction, and eliminate this space between us.

The Space Between Us is generously underwritten by BuskeConteGraves

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