Tickets On Sale For Spectrum Dance Theater's Premiere Of SHOT, 1/19-2/4

Through visceral and urgent contemporary dance theater, you are invited to contemplate the alarming and continuous murder of black people by American law enforcement. With the police's ever-expanding authority, supported by recent rulings of the Supreme Court, we ask - when will it stop? SHOT is an unapologetic critique of the current American landscape, where black people find themselves in an intense cycle of fear, intimidation, aggression, and death.


January 19 - February 4, 2017

Performance times: Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Sunday matinees at 2:00 p.m.

Opening Night: Thursday, January 19 at 7:30 p.m. (Doors at 6:30 p.m., pre-show talk 6:45 p.m.)


Performing at Seattle Repertory Theatre's Leo K. Theatre, located at Seattle Center at the corner of Second Ave. and Mercer St., Seattle, Washington


Start at $21 - ON SALE NOW

For ticket reservations, call the Seattle Repertory Theatre Box Office at (206) 443-2222 or toll-free at (877) 900-9285, or go online at


Under Donald Byrd's artistic leadership since 2002, Spectrum Dance Theater has become the foremost contemporary modern dance organization in the Pacific Northwest, gaining recognition nationally and abroad. For over thirty years, Spectrum Dance Theater has brought dance of the highest merit to a diverse community working to make dance accessible to all through contemporary dance performances and high quality dance training in a variety of dance styles. Three components comprise the organization: the professional Company, the School and Outreach programs. With Donald Byrd's visionary artistic leadership, the organization has embarked on an exhilarating transformation that has attracted world class dancers, produced some of the most avant-garde works in contemporary dance, and generated local and national praise.

Spectrum Dance Theater's 2017 Season is sponsored in part by Raisbeck Fund for Live Music, Tricia Stromberg Professional Dancers Fund, 4 Culture, ArtsFund, City of Arts and Culture, Laird Patterson, May and Wah Lui, and

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