Yaw Theater is a dance studio that can be transformed into a performance space. We are focused on developing community and collaboration among artists with an emphasis on creation and performance.
- Seating for ~100
- Sound system
- Theater lighting
- Sprung floor
- Main room is 45' by 36', with a 20' ceiling
- Dressing room, private bathroom, and loft
- Additional public bathrooms
- Free and ample parking
- Rehearsals: $15/hr *Special for Fuselage Submissions: $10/hour, $20 with theater lights*
- Classes and Workshops: 70/30% split, minimum $20/hr
- Assorted Space Use: $50-100/hr with a 3 hour minimum. Handled on an individual basis. Contact Yaw Theater for more information.
- Performance Rentals: $400+ for a 6+ hour time slot. Handled on an individual basis. Contact Yaw Theater for more information
Stella Kutz- Founder
Stella was born and raised in South Seattle and studied at Spectrum Dance Theater under Dale A. Merrill. Stella received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance Choreography from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She has performed internationally at the Edinburgh and Montreal Fringe Festivals.
Upon graduation, Stella furthered her training with a Pilates Certification. She has since completed a teacher training study program in yoga under Richard Freeman in Boulder, Colorado.
Stella has performed with notable artists, such as: Relay Dance Collective, Pat Graney, Gail Gilbert, Kristina Dillard, Paula Peters, Rhonda Cinotto, Dance Contemporary, Jerboa Dance, and many more.
Currently, Stella is pursuing her passion for performance by creating an interactive performance and rehearsal space for like minded artists and communities.
6520 5th Ave S Seattle, WA 98108
Traveling west on South Michigan Street, turn left on 5th Avenue South. The second building on the left houses Yaw. Enter into the orange door. Take the first left and through the hallway and at a gentle right will be Yaw.
Traveling east on South Michigan Street, turn right on 5th Avenue South. Proceed as described above.
*clue!* Look for the golden eggs on top of the building, or a little house built of sticks.