BRD invites you to an Open Rehearsal & Dialogue! An open rehearsal is an opportunity for community members and dance students to see what goes into a professional-level dance performance with Bellingham Repertory Dance. Join our dancers at the Firehouse to get an inside look at the rehearsal process for Shannon Mockli's "What Once Was Held," a piece inspired by memory. You are invited to observe, respond, and ask questions throughout.
FREE and open to the public!
BRD is rehearsing "What Once was Held" to be performed as part of their upcoming performance, Frequency, this October 25-27 and November 2-3.
Shannon Mockli's "What Once Was Held" is a captivating blend of repertory, having been previously performed by other groups, and newness as each dancer draws from their own personal memories to create solo material for the piece. Beginning with a single dancer, the piece evolves into an invigorating ensemble supporting "the idea that while we feel singular in our experience, we are all subject to the passing of time, both beautiful and heartbreaking." - Shannon Mockli