Performances

Upcoming Show – continuum

Center House Theater, Seattle

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continuum is an exploration the complexities of human relationships and the patterns we fall into, both good and bad. As is Jerboa Dance’s style, it is an acrobatic, energetic work relying on raw emotion and the strong technical background of the dancers to draw in the audience. Rather than a story with a clear beginning and end, continuum is a window into the moments of our lives.

 

Prior Performances

Transformation

Jerboa Dance returned for the second time in 2016 with another new work, Transformation, an athletic, modern exploration of human development from childhood to adulthood, dysfunction, and relationships. Starting the evening off was guest works presented by:   Paris Original   Renado Tozer   Splinter Dancer Company [Photograph: Elena Escobedo Photography ]

Luminous – a cabaret

After a four year hiatus, Jerboa Dance is back! Come in out of the darkness and join us for a fun evening of dance, sexiness, and a DJ’d afterparty. Be entertained by sultry cabaret, witty dialogue, spinning lights, acrobatics, drag, burlesque, and, of course, the sexier side of our modern, athletic partnering. VIP tickets got […]

Back From the Brink

This acrobatic, energetic modern dance ballet takes audiences on a gripping journey into the human psyche. Conceived around the classic stages of grief, Act I begins after a traumatic event leads the dancers to reflect on their lives. Act II moves into the discovery of how to push forward, build new relationships, find community, and hope. […]

Genderally Speaking

Jerboa Dance stepped outside its standard modern dance repertoire to bring you something sexier. Genderally Speaking was filled with naughty ballerinas, muscled acrobats, sultry temptresses, divalicious queens, and bawdy burlesque by none other than fantastic Randi Rascal! August 20, 2010 Center House Theater, Seattle Company Members: Jaime Waliczek, Finn Cronin, Sean Calavan, Renado Tozer, Morgan […]