Kate Wallich’s Industrial Ballet, March 26

Posted on March 21, 2016, 8:45 am
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The one-night only world premiere of Kate Wallich‘s biggest project to date, Industrial Ballet, takes over the Moore Theatre this Saturday, March 26. Part of Velocity Dance Center’s Made In Seattle series and in collaboration with Seattle Theatre Group, Wallich’s enthralling choreography, which captures moves and moods from contemporary ballet, athletes and dance clubs alike, will be accompanied by a live industrial score by musician and producer Johnny Goss. 

About Made in Seattle:
Velocity’s Made in Seattle (MIS) program uniquely provides multi-dimensional direct support to artists over a period of a year or more, with particular focus on the critical Development Phase of new work. It is tremendously challenging for local dance artists to find the support necessary to create new work. The Made in Seattle new dance development program is dedicated to growing the Northwest’s creative community by commissioning, producing and presenting evening-length dance works by some of the most talented and experimental artists from our region. This program fosters excellence in the Seattle dance scene by supporting extended collaborative projects that bring together Seattle artists and inter/national leaders in the field.
Dancers include Matt Drews, Patrick Kilbane, David Harvey, Thomas House, Lavinia Vago, Kate Wallich and Andrew Bartee. Tickets ($20 advance, $25 day of) can be purchased through the STG website.

Velocity and STG Present: Kate Wallich’s Industrial Ballet

When: Saturday, March 26. 7pm doors, 8pm show.

Where: The Moore Theatre (1932 2nd Ave)

Claire Biringer is a Seattle-based music lover, educator and writer. She holds an MA in Music History from University of Washington, where her primary research involved contemporary opera and its social implications. She enjoys using music and writing to build communities and broaden minds.