Dénouement - Saturday 7:30pm
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Dénouement - Saturday 7:30pm

Tickets are available at: https://denouement.brownpapertickets.com

This May, Intrepidus Dance will present their fifth season concert, Dénouement, at the YAW Theater in Georgetown.

Merriam Webster defines dénouement as: “the final outcome of a complex sequence of events.” Intrepidus’ fifth season was navigated amidst a season of grief and healing for both Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston and Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams. The narratives that have resulted investigate the celebration and heartache of welcoming new life, as well as examine how humanity quantifies the quality of a life already lived. Through Dénouement, Livingston and Weissbach Williams share experiences that have altered the very makeup of their DNA, in the hopes they can provide a space of comfort, empathy, and inspiration for all people laying the course of this tumultuous sea of life.

Dénouement will feature one new work  by Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston (Becoming), as well as one new work by Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams (Love & Risk).

In Becoming, Logan Livingston explores the journey of a woman into motherhood. Inspired by her journey as a new mom, she delves into the sometimes difficult reality of how a woman must transform in order to become a mother. Divided into three sections, Becoming addresses the evolution of self, postpartum depression, and acceptance and self-love. Using inspiration from her own life and the lives of mothers around her, Logan Livingston is thankful to show this new work highlighting this moment in her life.


In Love & Risk, Weissbach Williams shares a deeply personal and vulnerable narrative on the meaning of life. In the last 10 years, she has experienced multiple passings of close family members which has driven her to repeatedly examine and reflect on the impact she wants to leave upon humanity when her time comes to a close. Love & Risk speaks to a simple desire to live a life that “fights the suffering while seeing the gift” and embodies that “love is the yes to it all.”

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Dénouement - Friday 7:30pm
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Dénouement - Friday 7:30pm

Tickets are available at: https://denouement.brownpapertickets.com

This May, Intrepidus Dance will present their fifth season concert, Dénouement, at the YAW Theater in Georgetown.

Merriam Webster defines dénouement as: “the final outcome of a complex sequence of events.” Intrepidus’ fifth season was navigated amidst a season of grief and healing for both Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston and Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams. The narratives that have resulted investigate the celebration and heartache of welcoming new life, as well as examine how humanity quantifies the quality of a life already lived. Through Dénouement, Livingston and Weissbach Williams share experiences that have altered the very makeup of their DNA, in the hopes they can provide a space of comfort, empathy, and inspiration for all people laying the course of this tumultuous sea of life.

Dénouement will feature one new work  by Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston (Becoming), as well as one new work by Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams (Love & Risk).

In Becoming, Logan Livingston explores the journey of a woman into motherhood. Inspired by her journey as a new mom, she delves into the sometimes difficult reality of how a woman must transform in order to become a mother. Divided into three sections, Becoming addresses the evolution of self, postpartum depression, and acceptance and self-love. Using inspiration from her own life and the lives of mothers around her, Logan Livingston is thankful to show this new work highlighting this moment in her life.


In Love & Risk, Weissbach Williams shares a deeply personal and vulnerable narrative on the meaning of life. In the last 10 years, she has experienced multiple passings of close family members which has driven her to repeatedly examine and reflect on the impact she wants to leave upon humanity when her time comes to a close. Love & Risk speaks to a simple desire to live a life that “fights the suffering while seeing the gift” and embodies that “love is the yes to it all.”

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Relativity - Sunday 2:00pm
Jun
3
2:00 PM14:00

Relativity - Sunday 2:00pm

Tickets available at: http://relativityconcert.brownpapertickets.com

Focused on the idea of “what could be”, Relativity explores themes such as beauty, human connection, religion, and theories of alternate and/or unknown universes. Through Relativity, Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston & Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams hope to open a conversation on how we as a society can examine our current interactions and alter them for the betterment of humanity.


Relativity will feature a reworking of Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston’s Incisions & Alterations (2016) as well as one new work: Paralelled. Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams will present a reworking of The Event Horizon (formerly Sun, 2016), and one new work: Abba, Allah, Almighty. Additionally, Logan Livingston & Weissbach Williams will present a collaboration: The Way to Communicate is to Listen. Intrepidus is also pleased to be sharing the stage with guest artists Forthun+Rome.

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Relativity - Saturday 8:00pm
Jun
2
8:00 PM20:00

Relativity - Saturday 8:00pm

Tickets available at: http://relativityconcert.brownpapertickets.com

Focused on the idea of “what could be”, Relativity explores themes such as beauty, human connection, religion, and theories of alternate and/or unknown universes. Through Relativity, Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston & Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams hope to open a conversation on how we as a society can examine our current interactions and alter them for the betterment of humanity.


Relativity will feature a reworking of Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston’s Incisions & Alterations (2016) as well as one new work: Paralelled. Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams will present a reworking of The Event Horizon (formerly Sun, 2016), and one new work: Abba, Allah, Almighty. Additionally, Logan Livingston & Weissbach Williams will present a collaboration: The Way to Communicate is to Listen. Intrepidus is also pleased to be sharing the stage with guest artists Forthun+Rome.

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Relativity - Friday 8:00pm
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

Relativity - Friday 8:00pm

Tickets available at: http://relativityconcert.brownpapertickets.com

Focused on the idea of “what could be”, Relativity explores themes such as beauty, human connection, religion, and theories of alternate and/or unknown universes. Through Relativity, Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston & Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams hope to open a conversation on how we as a society can examine our current interactions and alter them for the betterment of humanity.


Relativity will feature a reworking of Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston’s Incisions & Alterations (2016) as well as one new work: Paralelled. Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams will present a reworking of The Event Horizon (formerly Sun, 2016), and one new work: Abba, Allah, Almighty. Additionally, Logan Livingston & Weissbach Williams will present a collaboration: The Way to Communicate is to Listen. Intrepidus is also pleased to be sharing the stage with guest artists Forthun+Rome.

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The Black & White Party
Mar
31
4:30 PM16:30

The Black & White Party

Join us for an evening of local dance performances, cocktails, and hors d'oeuvres! House opens at 4:00pm, performances at 4:30pm, with cocktail hour immediately following at 5:30pm. Guest artists include Relay Dance Collective, LaVida Dance, Cornerstone Company, and more!

Dress code: Formal/Semi-Formal; Black & White

Tickets Available At: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/14766

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Kindling - Saturday 2:00pm
Jun
3
2:00 PM14:00

Kindling - Saturday 2:00pm

Like the small sticks necessary to build a bright fire, Kindling is a concert of reworkings, in which choreographers explore past pieces  and unfulfilled ideas to fuel vibrant new works. This concert is a chance for choreographers to step back in time and revisit history as their current selves. Kindling will explore a diverse collection of stories and creations, combining the creators’ and artists’ past with the present.

Kindling will feature reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan’s At the Line (2012), My Edges Fray (formerly Fraying the Parameters, 2009), company member Heather Smith’s Anila (2016), Executive Director Samantha Weissbach’s Mein Susie (formerly Shine Your Light, 2010), and guest choreographer Austin Sexton’s (of Relay Dance Collective) Stay (2013). Kindling will also introduce one new work by Ms. Logan: Happenstance(an Ode to Jerome, a Study in Robbins)

Tickets are available at: http://kindlingconcert.brownpapertickets.com/

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Kindling - Friday 9:00pm
Jun
2
9:00 PM21:00

Kindling - Friday 9:00pm

Like the small sticks necessary to build a bright fire, Kindling is a concert of reworkings, in which choreographers explore past pieces  and unfulfilled ideas to fuel vibrant new works. This concert is a chance for choreographers to step back in time and revisit history as their current selves. Kindling will explore a diverse collection of stories and creations, combining the creators’ and artists’ past with the present.

Kindling will feature reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan’s At the Line (2012), My Edges Fray (formerly Fraying the Parameters, 2009), company member Heather Smith’s Anila (2016), Executive Director Samantha Weissbach’s Mein Susie (formerly Shine Your Light, 2010), and guest choreographer Austin Sexton’s (of Relay Dance Collective) Stay (2013). Kindling will also introduce one new work by Ms. Logan: Happenstance (an Ode to Jerome, a Study in Robbins)

Tickets are available at: http://kindlingconcert.brownpapertickets.com/

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Kindling - Friday 7:00pm
Jun
2
7:00 PM19:00

Kindling - Friday 7:00pm

Like the small sticks necessary to build a bright fire, Kindling is a concert of reworkings, in which choreographers explore past pieces  and unfulfilled ideas to fuel vibrant new works. This concert is a chance for choreographers to step back in time and revisit history as their current selves. Kindling will explore a diverse collection of stories and creations, combining the creators’ and artists’ past with the present.

Kindling will feature reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan’s At the Line (2012), My Edges Fray (formerly Fraying the Parameters, 2009), company member Heather Smith’s Anila (2016), Executive Director Samantha Weissbach’s Mein Susie (formerly Shine Your Light, 2010), and guest choreographer Austin Sexton’s (of Relay Dance Collective) Stay (2013). Kindling will also introduce one new work by Ms. Logan: Happenstance (an Ode to Jerome, a Study in Robbins)

Tickets are available at: http://kindlingconcert.brownpapertickets.com/

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Femme - Sunday Evening
May
8
8:00 PM20:00

Femme - Sunday Evening

SEATTLE, WA, May 6th-8th  Intrepidus Dance will present their second season concert, Femme, at Velocity Dance Center (1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122). Doors will open at 7:00pm, with live music beginning at 7:30pm & performances at 8:00pm. Run time: approx. 120 minutes. 

Femme is a concert inspired by the journeys and stories of women. By presenting work by female choreographers, on a company of all female dancers, Intrepidus will explore the reality of womanhood and coming of age as a woman. The choreographers and dancers will venture into the stories of women who have fought for and gained love, acceptance, and individuality. 

Featuring reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan's Solos in Three (2014), and In Light of the Mood (2012), Femme will also introduce new works by Ms. Logan, Executive Director Samantha Weissbach, and Season I company member Lindsay Johns.

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Femme - Saturday Evening
May
7
8:00 PM20:00

Femme - Saturday Evening

SEATTLE, WA, May 6th-8th  Intrepidus Dance will present their second season concert, Femme, at Velocity Dance Center (1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122). Doors will open at 7:00pm, with live music beginning at 7:30pm & performances at 8:00pm. Run time: approx. 120 minutes. 

Femme is a concert inspired by the journeys and stories of women. By presenting work by female choreographers, on a company of all female dancers, Intrepidus will explore the reality of womanhood and coming of age as a woman. The choreographers and dancers will venture into the stories of women who have fought for and gained love, acceptance, and individuality. 

Featuring reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan's Solos in Three (2014), and In Light of the Mood (2012), Femme will also introduce new works by Ms. Logan, Executive Director Samantha Weissbach, and Season I company member Lindsay Johns.

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Femme - Friday Evening
May
6
8:00 PM20:00

Femme - Friday Evening

SEATTLE, WA, May 6th-8th  Intrepidus Dance will present their second season concert, Femme, at Velocity Dance Center (1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122). Doors will open at 7:00pm, with live music beginning at 7:30pm & performances at 8:00pm. Run time: approx. 120 minutes. 

Femme is a concert inspired by the journeys and stories of women. By presenting work by female choreographers, on a company of all female dancers, Intrepidus will explore the reality of womanhood and coming of age as a woman. The choreographers and dancers will venture into the stories of women who have fought for and gained love, acceptance, and individuality. 

Featuring reworkings of Artistic Director Holly Logan's Solos in Three (2014), and In Light of the Mood (2012), Femme will also introduce new works by Ms. Logan, Executive Director Samantha Weissbach, and Season I company member Lindsay Johns.

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"Pay What You Will" - A Fundraiser
Nov
7
3:00 PM15:00

"Pay What You Will" - A Fundraiser

Join us for an evening of performances from local dance artists. This concert-style event will include raffle prizes, live music & a cocktail reception immediately following performances. As the title suggests, admission will be donation based only. Tickets go on sale with a $10 suggested donation on October 1st, until then--mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great night!

Shows at 3:00pm & 5:30pm

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HUMAN - Sunday Evening
Mar
22
8:00 PM20:00

HUMAN - Sunday Evening

HUMAN is a concert that investigates the roots of the human condition. It will aim to expose the simplest levels of humanity; communicating on a fundamental level. The concert will feature works that span the topics of self preservation & external interactions.

Presented by Intrepidus Dance with original music by John Coons.

Tickets available online at brownpapertickets.com $20 pre-sale/will-call; $25 at the door.

 

 

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HUMAN - Saturday Evening
Mar
21
8:00 PM20:00

HUMAN - Saturday Evening

HUMAN is a concert that investigates the roots of the human condition. It will aim to expose the simplest levels of humanity; communicating on a fundamental level. The concert will feature works that span the topics of self preservation & external interactions.

Presented by Intrepidus Dance with original music by John Coons.

Tickets available online at brownpapertickets.com $20 pre-sale/will-call; $25 at the door.

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HUMAN - Friday Evening
Mar
20
8:00 PM20:00

HUMAN - Friday Evening

HUMAN is a concert that investigates the roots of the human condition. It will aim to expose the simplest levels of humanity; communicating on a fundamental level. The concert will feature works that span the topics of self preservation & external interactions.

Presented by Intrepidus Dance with original music by John Coons.

Tickets available online at brownpapertickets.com $20 pre-sale/will-call; $25 at the door.

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