Seattle International Dance Festival 2016

Friday, June 10 - Saturday, June 25

at Multiple Locations

For ticket policy, please see the bottom of the page.

Tickets

All Festival Pass
$64.00
$72.41 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Premium All Festival Pass
Includes the All Festival Pass to any shows and entrance to the Closing Night party June 25.
$85.00
$95.82 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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2-Show Pass
Choose any 2 shows to attend for a discounted price!
$38.00
$43.42 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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VIP Closing Festival Party - Stand Alone
Access to the VIP Closing Festival Party without a ticket to the closing night show.
$25.00
$28.92 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 1 / Program A

Friday, June 10 at 8:00pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Shadou Mintrone and Derek Crescenti (New York City), a dynamic duo formerly of Spectrum have combined creative forces, returning to Seattle to present their latest collaboration, a new untitled work fresh out of the oven for festival audiences.

Doppelgänger Dance Collective (Providence, RI) founded by Shura Baryshnikov, the daughter of ballet great Mikhail Baryshnikov and actress Jessica Lange, and Danielle Davidson whose credits include Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. Don't miss history in the making.

Tickets

Advance General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advance General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 1 / Program A

Saturday, June 11 at 8:00pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Shadou Mintrone and Derek Crescenti (New York City), a dynamic duo formerly of Spectrum have combined creative forces, returning to Seattle to present their latest collaboration, a new untitled work fresh out of the oven for festival audiences.

Doppelgänger Dance Collective (Providence, RI) founded by Shura Baryshnikov, the daughter of ballet great Mikhail Baryshnikov and actress Jessica Lange, and Danielle Davidson whose credits include Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. Don't miss history in the making.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 1 / Program B

Sunday, June 12 at 8:00pm

at Raisbeck Hall

T42 (Switzerland/Japan) perform Another Chopsticks Story. Artists Misato Inoue and Félix Duméril take Madame Butterfly as a point of departure using the famous opera to examine ideas around orientalism and identity, and false binaries between East, West, male and female.

Wild Tiger Collective (San Francisco) appropriately named for the wild-haired antics of its director, Bianca Cabrera. Her band of faithful followers wowed audiences at the Spotlight Series two years ago. She is back to do it again with her latest new work.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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SPOTLIGHT ON SEATTLE NOW

Tuesday, June 14 at 7:30pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Curated by Cyrus Khambatta, Deb Wolf and Marlo Martin this series sums up the best of the city in a nutshell, including this years’ artists, Liz Houlton (a MN native), Jeremy Cline (formerly Spectrum and Khambatta Dance), Anna Conner (most recently seen at Chop Shop) and a collaboration between Lauren Linder and Adriana Hernandez.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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SPOTLIGHT ARTISTS PERSPECTIVE

Thursday, June 16 at 7:30pm

at Raisbeck Hall

This program focuses on Seattle-based artists who address specific themes in their work, contributing to social dialogue and discourse in our region including works by artists Elby Brosch (Cherdonna Sinatra,) Jade Solomon (formerly Spectrum Dance Theater), Constanze Villines (badmarmar dance), Stephanie Liapis (formerly Doug Varone / Susan Marshall in NYC) and Kaitlyn McCarthy. It is curated by the festival team Erin Boyt , Cyrus Khambatta and Constanze Villines.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES SERIES Weekend 2 / Program A

Friday, June 17 at 8:00pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Aura Dance Theater (Kaunas, Lithuania) helmed by Birute Letukaite with its probing hell-bent theatricality, presents its American premiere at SIDF. The group, which has performed in over

162 festivals in 27 countries, winning numerous awards for its unconventional artistry, will present GODOS, a mind-bending tale of peculiarity in two parts. The first is choreographed by Anne Ekenes and Pia Holden from Panta Rei Danseteater (Norway) and the second part is created by Ms. Letukaite herself.

 

Deborah Wolf (Seattle, WA) wrangles her brand of muscular, emotionally charged physicality, with sharp changes in dynamics, and syncopated phrasings in a new work for the festival. Encased in clearly delineated architecture, supported by driving music, her work lives in an intense contemporary world. Don’t miss this local favorite of the Seattle dance scene.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Seniors)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES SERIES Weekend 2 / Program A

Saturday, June 18 at 8:00pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Aura Dance Theater (Kaunas, Lithuania) helmed by Birute Letukaite with its probing hell-bent theatricality, presents its American premiere at SIDF. The group, which has performed in over

162 festivals in 27 countries, winning numerous awards for its unconventional artistry, will present GODOS, a mind-bending tale of peculiarity in two parts. The first is choreographed by Anne Ekenes and Pia Holden from Panta Rei Danseteater (Norway) and the second part is created by Ms. Letukaite herself.

 

Deborah Wolf (Seattle, WA) wrangles her brand of muscular, emotionally charged physicality, with sharp changes in dynamics, and syncopated phrasings in a new work for the festival. Encased in clearly delineated architecture, supported by driving music, her work lives in an intense contemporary world. Don’t miss this local favorite of the Seattle dance scene.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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×
Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 2 / Program B

Sunday, June 19 at 7:30pm

at Raisbeck Hall

Jovon Miller (Seattle, WA) with hairpin turns and death defying leaps, his robust and jubilant style is as infectious as it is electrifying. Last years’ presentation as part of the spotlight series was nominated for a Voice Arts award. His world class dancers treat festival audiences to a new work for 2016.

 

Lauren Edson Dance (Boise, ID) will present an intimate work from her recent repertoire. Ms. Edson has taken up residence with her own company after dancing with the recently disbanded Trey McIntyre Dance Company.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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SPOTLIGHT ON CONTEMPORARY BALLET PRESENTED WITH MAJOR UNDERWRITING FROM CASE VAN RIJ

Tuesday, June 21 at 7:30pm

at Broadway Performance Hall

This popular program expands to two days this year. Curators Donald Byrd, Cyrus Khambatta, Zoe Scofield and Eva Stone raise the bar for contemporary dance in the region, fostering emerging talents and experienced icons of the contemporary ballet form in the Seattle. 2016 artists include Jade Solomon Curtis (formerly Spectrum Dance Theater,) Julie Tobiason (formerly PNB/Seattle Dance Project,) Kim Lusk (Zoe ⎮ Juniper) and  Alana O’Rogers (Bellingham Repertory Dance) and features a new festival commission by Jason Ohlberg, (former Hubbard Street dancer,) for the Coriolis Dance company.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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SPOTLIGHT ON CONTEMPORARY BALLET PRESENTED WITH MAJOR UNDERWRITING FROM CASE VAN RIJ

Wednesday, June 22 at 7:30pm

at Broadway Performance Hall

This popular program expands to two days this year. Curators Donald Byrd, Cyrus Khambatta, Zoe Scofield and Eva Stone raise the bar for contemporary dance in the region, fostering emerging talents and experienced icons of the contemporary ballet form in the Seattle. 2016 artists include Jade Solomon Curtis (formerly Spectrum Dance Theater,) Julie Tobiason (formerly PNB/Seattle Dance Project,) Kim Lusk (Zoe ⎮ Juniper) and  Alana O’Rogers (Bellingham Repertory Dance) and features a new festival commission by Jason Ohlberg, (former Hubbard Street dancer,) for the Coriolis Dance company.

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 3 / Program A

Thursday, June 23 at 7:30pm

at Broadway Performance Hall

Khambatta Dance Company (Seattle, WA), led by company and SIDF festival director, Cyrus Khambatta, will give festival audiences a first peek at the world premiere of Casualties of Fate, which will have a Fall tour throughout India and in Europe. The work is about the ego’s blindness, its attempt to assert its importance which sometimes works against us, and the ensuing power struggle this entails that somehow end up defining us. This is the fourth installment in a series of ten works, one created each year for ten years.

 

Wade Madsen (Seattle, WA), icon of the Seattle dance world for well over 30 years presents a big new work for SIDF with lots of dancers and a grand plan (that will be a surprise). That is the kind of thing only he can do. Wade has been called irreverent, intelligent, funny, inspiring… and many other things. Don’t miss it!

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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×
Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 3 / Program A

Friday, June 24 at 8:00pm

at Broadway Performance Hall

Khambatta Dance Company (Seattle, WA), led by company and SIDF festival director, Cyrus Khambatta, will give festival audiences a first peek at the world premiere of Casualties of Fate, which will have a Fall tour throughout India and in Europe. The work is about the ego’s blindness, its attempt to assert its importance which sometimes works against us, and the ensuing power struggle this entails that somehow end up defining us. This is the fourth installment in a series of ten works, one created each year for ten years.

 

Wade Madsen (Seattle, WA), icon of the Seattle dance world for well over 30 years presents a big new work for SIDF with lots of dancers and a grand plan (that will be a surprise). That is the kind of thing only he can do. Wade has been called irreverent, intelligent, funny, inspiring… and many other things. Don’t miss it!

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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×
Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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INTER|NATIONAL SERIES Weekend 3 / Program B

Saturday, June 25 at 8:00pm

at Broadway Performance Hall

Stone Dance Collective (Bellevue, WA) led by Eva Stone, the Eastside’s dance champion presents a series of short, poignant works. Her contemporary dance lends an insightful perspective on the human experience performed by her high-caliber dancers for a special treat that makes her another Seattle favorite.

 

Dafi Dance Group (Tel Aviv, Israel) directed by Dafi Altabeb presents Never the Less, a work that deals with life’s choices. What do we really choose in our lives and what are mere products of a familiar routine? Is the person you live with chosen or have you merely grown accustomed to them? The work premieres in Seattle before going to the American Dance Festival in North Carolina. Catch them before they go!

Tickets

Advanced General Admission
$22.00
$25.57 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Advanced General Admission (Student/Senior)
$18.00
$21.12 with fees & tax (print at home and mobile)
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Box Office Information and Ticket Policies

Box Office Hours
1 hour before any ticketed event
Email only: boxoffice (at) seattleidf.org
Tickets Available online at
http://seattleidf.strangertickets.com
Stranger Ticket support line: (888) 377-4510

House Policies
All Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Late Seating Policies
It is strongly suggested that SIDF ticketholders arrive 20-30 minutes before the scheduled performance time. Note: Traffic in the area of both theaters can be heavy at times please allow ample time to arrive and find parking.

Raisbeck Theater
Late seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed.

Late arrivals will be seated at the discretion of the Box Office Manager. Raisbeck Theater is small. Late arrivals may not be seated until the first intermission.

Broadway Performance Hall
Late seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed.

Late arrivals seating will be allowed until 30 minutes after curtain. Policy is subject to change at the discretion of the artists and Box Office Staff

Premium All Festival Pass and All Festival Pass holders
Premium All Festival Pass and All Festival Pass holders must reserve a seat 72 hours ahead of time for the show you want to see. We strongly encourage you to review the program and submit your reservations via e-mail to boxoffice@seattleidf.org at one time. We will hold reservations until 10 minutes before the posted showtime. You must show your Festival Pass and ID for admittance. If you have not arrived at least 10 minutes before showtime, your reservation will be released to the public for sale and you may not be able to gain entry after that point. However, you may be admitted on a space available basis

Once you make a reservation, be sure that you show up as we will only allow one "no show." If you need to cancel a reservation, please do so 24 hours in advance by contacting boxoffice@seattleidf.org. After the second "no show" you will be refused any further reservations (and any made will become invalid) and you will be required to show up at the door (we suggest at least 30 minutes prior to showtime) to gain entry (if the show is not sold out already). However, if you arrive less than 30 minutes prior to showtime and a seat is still available, you will be granted entry to the show.

Please see the detailed Premium All Festival Pass/All Festival Pass holder policy in your pass confirmation e-mail you receive after purchase for more information.

Ticket Exchanges
You may exchange your tickets for any other 2016 SIDF event. Exchanges must occur before the start time of the original event and may be processed at the box office or through Stranger Ticket Support at (888)377-4510. Does not apply for purchases made through Groupon or Goldstar.

Refunds
Seattle International Dance Festival does not offer refunds on tickets.



Multiple Locations

Seattle, WA

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