Dénouement by Intrepidus Dance

May 17th and 18th @ 7:30

Merriam Webster defines dénouement as: “the final outcome of a complex sequence of events.” Intrepidus’ fifth season was navigated amidst a season of grief and healing for both Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston and Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams. The narratives that have resulted investigate the celebration and heartache of welcoming new life, as well as examine how humanity quantifies the quality of a life already lived. Through Dénouement, Livingston and Weissbach Williams share experiences that have altered the very makeup of their DNA, in the hopes they can provide a space of comfort, empathy, and inspiration for all people laying the course of this tumultuous sea of life.

Dénouement will feature one new work by Artistic Director Holly Logan Livingston (Becoming), as well as one new work by Executive Director Samantha Weissbach Williams (Love & Risk).

In Becoming, Logan Livingston explores the journey of a woman into motherhood. Inspired by her journey as a new mom, she delves into the sometimes difficult reality of how a woman must transform in order to become a mother. Divided into three sections, Becoming addresses the evolution of self, postpartum depression, and acceptance and self-love. Using inspiration from her own life and the lives of mothers around her, Logan Livingston is thankful to show this new work highlighting this moment in her life.

In Love & Risk, Weissbach Williams shares a deeply personal and vulnerable narrative on the meaning of life. In the last 10 years, she has experienced multiple passings of close family members which has driven her to repeatedly examine and reflect on the impact she wants to leave upon humanity when her time comes to a close. Love & Risk speaks to a simple desire to live a life that “fights the suffering while seeing the gift” and embodies that “love is the yes to it all.”



Now That’s What I Call Odds & Ends III

May 19th @ 7pm

Backstreet may not be back, but the Nuts and Bolts are!

Come join us as we time travel back to the 1990s! Featuring fly dance moves, hula hoops, and the best of 90s pop hummed by yours truly, the Nuts and Bolts!

Think you can miss this? As if!

Tickets sliding scale $5-$105 at the door



May 31st and June 1st @ 7:30pm

June 2nd @ 2pm

RECONSTRUCT is the first enterprise of Pitch+Roll Productions, dedicated to building community and audience in the dance and art scene in Seattle. In this first installment, Jaime Waliczek of Jerboa Dance and Stella Kutz of Yaw Theater team up to create Notions//Forms, joined by Beth Terwilliger’s The Gray, building on the theme of reconstruction.

Situations can overwhelm us, and reduce us to splinters and rubble. Often times, this is a necessary tribulation, just the beginning of us coming through to be better, more actualized humans. “The wound is the place where the light enters you”-Rumi.

Or perhaps it is the reconfiguring of ideas, the idea that with more knowledge that has been dug up, or differently organized concepts, a new picture is discovered, with more depth and intrigue than before. These ideas are explored by the companies in an evening length dance concert at Yaw Theater, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle, May 31st-June 2nd.

Showtimes are May 31st and June1st at 7:30pm, and a 2pm matinee on June 2nd. Tickets are at brownpapertickets.com. Presale is $18, $25 at the door, and to make art more accessible to the community, the Sunday matinee is pay-what-you-can.