A reggae band makes its comeback, a local film premieres, and a cartoonist hashes out the country’s relationship with weed.
Seattle Rep and Spectrum Dance perform pieces based on revolutionary songs by Nina Simone and Billie Holiday.
The company's latest piece confronts police shooting unarmed black people. Plus, a conversation about resistance with artistic director Donald Byrd.
The three works of the 2017 Spectrum season don’t pull any punches when it comes to hot-button issues.
We chat with Spectrum Dance’s artistic director about sex, love, and making movies.
For being too sexy?
They’re giving away 2,100 tickets this Saturday—time to queue up.
Dance-theater performance lets big talent dabble in the absurd.