Tickets to paid performances (Inter|National Series and Spotlight on Seattle) are $20 in advance, $25 at the door(Students/Seniors are $15 in advance $20 at the door). A 2-Show pass is $35 and an All Festival Pass (7 shows) is $50. All details, including performance times, locations and ticketing information are available at www.SeattleIDF.org
. ART ON THE FLY Dusk Dance Party
- June 13; 4:30 - 7:30pm ART ON THE FLY Street Festival
- June 14; 12 - 6pm
Food trucks, arts & crafts vendors, alcoholic beverage area, dance performances and dozens of FREE kid-friendly dance events take over Terry Avenue, surrounding Amazon's Van Vorst Plaza. The Seattle Streetcar turns into a giant "art ride" through South Lake Union. Contemporary dance springs to life in everyday environments with surprise/ roving performances, impromptu dance classes, flash mobs, vendors, music and food. Don't miss a very special family-friendly outdoor DJ dance party on Van Vorst Plaza at 6 pm on June 13, 2014
INTER|NATIONAL ARTISTS SERIES WEEKEND 1
- June 13-14 (Fri & Sat @ 8pm.)
Paulo Lima & Experimentus (Fortaleza, Brazil)
Brazil's premiere up and coming company from Ceará State performs a work entitled The GreyColor of Things
, inspired by the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, who postulates that the world is no more than a representation, pleasure is only the momentary suppression of pain and this, in turn, is the only true reality.
Khambatta Dance Company (Seattle)
Returns from its Pacific Northwest/India tour of Vice and Virtue to present the last performances for Seattle Audiences. The work, which twists a hypnotic human tale of yearning, addiction and desire, is accompanied by all original work by NYC-based, Northwest native, Julia Kent.
INTER|NATIONAL ARTISTS SERIES WEEKEND 1 - June 15 (Sun@7:30 pm)
Collectif Random (Lectoure, France)
The company takes over the theatre, lobby, backstage and staircases and the audience is invited to join in this participatory performance entitled simply, Perception.
Chévere, re:flexion Dance and Version Excursion (Peru/Seattle) collaborate
Mixing media, dance, video and cultures, the choreographers Erin Boyt (Seattle), Daphne Ma (China, Peru, Seattle), and Constanze Villines (Germany, Seattle) present two works with their respective companies: Traducción/Translation - a cross-cultural collaborative piece performed on two continents about being amongst strangers and Graceland - inspired by a long ago trip to Africa.
INTER|NATIONAL ARTISTS SERIES WEEKEND 2 - June 20 (Fri @8pm)
Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts (Mumbai India)
This is the U.S. premiere of Saki Naki, a piece about the director's interaction with a homeless person over one year andTalkative Dancer a humorous work parodying contemporary dance.