The Gray is so excited to be revisiting its first Seattle work with the performance of an excerpt from the piece at Seattle International Dance Festival. Showing alongside other inspiring Seattle creators, choreographer Beth is honored to be a part of such a stellar evening at such a prestigious event. More details:
The Gray is excited to announce an evening in collaboration with Pitch and Roll Productions and YAW Theater May 31-June 2. Featuring new works by Jaime Waliczek of Jerboa Dance and Stella Kutz of Yaw Theater teaming up to create Notions//Forms, joined by The Gray’s Beth Terwilleger’s creation of a new work title The Muse(s) featuring the artistic strengths of Jo Blake, Hannah Cavallaro, Corbin Hall, Elizabeth Houlton, Ivana Lin, and Alicia Pugh. Re:Construct, this double bill evening, will focus on reconstruction and the new forms that grow out of deconstruction.
Beth Terwilleger (The Gray) is thrilled to be creating a new work for Converge Dance Festival 2019. The piece is inspired be the character Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, and dancer Bri Wilson and is the beginning of an in depth exploration of the character and her story.
The festival, May 17 + 18, will be featuring new works by other exciting, up-and-coming choreographers and is not to be missed:
Ellensburg Dance Collective
The Gray will be performing a sneak peak from their new work for Converge Dance Festival at the festival’s fundraiser on May 10, and it’s free! More info below:
Join us for an evening of merriment in support of Converge Dance Festival and its performers!
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Performances by the Guild Dance Company, Noelle Price/PRICE Artis, tiffana, surprise guest artists, as well as excerpts of new dance works by Converge 2019 featured artists. This is a FREE EVENT! RSVP at:
12 Minutes Max is an informal, low-tech performance lab for new and in-progress work in contemporary dance, music, theater and multidisciplinary art. Each edition is curated by a different pair of community curators; the March 2019 edition is curated by Keira McDonald and Hendri Walujo.
Sunday, March 17 7pm
Monday, March. 18 7pm
Tickets: $12, available online
Artist Lineup: Juliet McMains, Rachel Winchester, Katie Fox, Katiana Rangel, Austin Larkin, Moises Himmelfarb, Danica Bito, Beth Terwilleger