joBdance. | a conceptual experience


May 6 & 7, 2019 | 8pm

Yaw Theater | 6520 5th Ave S | Seattle, WA

$10 admission*

*A major portion of the donation-based ticket sales will be gifted to local arts organization, Coyote: Creativity in Action, providing service to marginalized populations. This organization will be chosen collaboratively by the artists who are involved in the performance.

joBdance. | a conceptual experience is a project-based dance company creating conceptual experiences based on inter-/intra- personal connections thru multidisciplinary collaborations.

The goal of multifaceted in that we will focus on collaborative performances utilizing visual, music, and theatrical elements, while diving into societal issues positively and negatively affecting individuals and communities in relation to social interactions. (dis)connectexplores the raw physical and emotional connections created when individuals meet face-to-face. The work was inspired by spontaneous encounters of love, friendship, and conversations during a year of journeying around the world. This new work is a contemporary modern duet in-the-round that will be performed hand-in-hand with visual projections, photographic installation, and multimedia live-feed interaction. The live-feed will the interactive relationship between the dance and the audience members. 

Please click on link below to find up-to-date information about project and opportunity to donate. You can also find Fractured Atlas DONATION link on “CONTACT” page of

Dancers: Alicia Pugh | Sean O’Bryan

Production Designer: Becca Blackwell

Composer: Trevor Price

Videographer: Devin Munoz

Photographer: Sam Wagner

Video Consultant: Jim Coleman

Live-Feed Web Designer: Michael Hart

PR & Communications Consultant: Gedney Barclay

Stage Manager: Jana Kincl

Yaw Theater Founder: Stella Kutz

Choreographer/Founder: jo Blake

Thank you to Fractured Atlas for providing performance information, crowd-funding, and fiscal sponsorship. Fractured Atlas is a non-profit arts service organization.

Photo Credits: Sam Wagner

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