February 22 - 24, 2019
“The piece’s theatricality and technical prowess combine to perfect effect.”
- Seattle Times
After artistic director Banning Bouldin was diagnosed with a debilitating neurological disorder, she began investigating new methods that would allow her to continue choreographing.
This research led to the creation of The Triangle, a surrealistic new work that poetically combines conceptual fashion, sculpture, and powerful imagery to re-envision limitations as opportunities to uncover new strengths.
“Bouldin’s choreography, both technically complex and emotionally resonant, packs a universal punch that transcends the personal circumstances that spawned it.”
The program also features the U.S. premiere of
by ROY ASSAF
Assaf, an award winning Israeli choreographer, former soldier, and a father of three daughters, shares his response to female stereotypes in a work that provides a multifaceted and complex vision of contemporary women in society.
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