Scruffy & determined, with fierce eyes, sharp beaks, & hearts melting!
Seattle Improvised Music Festival presents a performance of Dance & Musiccurated by Stephanie Skura a radical & perpetual innovator

Thursday June 20 @ 8pm
Chapel Performance Space
4th Floor of the Good Shepherd Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle WA

Nine deep-diving, shamanic music/dance mavens come together, guided by ancient instincts & oxymoronic scoring. A rare-breed, wizardly dream-team for lovers of non-sequitor, alternative flow & multiverses.
DancersLinda Austin (Portland), Paige Barnes, Vanessa DeWolf, Nate Dryden (Salt Lake City), Jordan MacIntosh-HoughamStephanie Skura.
MusiciansBeth Fleenor, clarinets/vox; Dave Knott, homemades; Steve Peters, field recordings, found things.

Nuanced, ego-dissolved music & dance!
Rarified & recalcitrant
Ragged, restless, brainy, besmirched

“Performance is political not because of its subject matter but because of the way performances are made, how they’re structured, & what they show about people relating to each other.” —from Skura’s essay “Politics of Method,” in Reimaging America: The Arts of Social Change. New Society Publishers, 1990

Choreographer, performer, co-founder and director of Performance Works NW

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