October 26-27 & November 2-3
7:30 PM (Fri/Sat), 3:00 PM (Sat)
Advance Tickets: $15 Student, $25 General, $35 Dance Lover
At the Door: $18 Student, $28 General, $38 Dance Lover
Bellingham Repertory Dance (BRD) presents Frequency, an evening of contemporary dance on October 26-27 and November 2-3 at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center. Frequency represents the rate at which dance evolves over time through a diverse presentation of six choreographic works. Audience members will experience a range of movement qualities, environments, and characters from businesswomen to the valkyrie warriors of Norse mythology. Frequency exhibits the expansive and explosive abilities of the human body, the precise musicality of intricate isolations, and intriguing character pieces. Set in the intimate Firehouse Arts and Events Center, this show will captivate audiences of all ages.
Internationally recognized choreographer, Joshua Beamish (Vancouver BC / New York, NY) returned to work with BRD this fall to reset excerpts of his work SALT, which explores a tense world where the most basic resources are scarce. Shannon Mockli’s What Once Was Held (Eugene, OR) is a powerful ensemble piece about the impact and resonance of memories. Frequency also features debut performances of new work by Darion Smith (Eugene, OR) and Daniel Costa (Seattle, WA), as well as repertory choreography by Mari Meade (Brooklyn, NY). The company is excited to welcome Diane Williams, former member and co-founder of BRD, to reset her work that was originally choreographed on the the company in 2014.
Student Night - Thursday, October 25
Students are invited to watch the company’s final dress rehearsal for a discounted price of $5. Tickets available at the door and a valid student ID is required.
NOTE: If tickets sell out online, please arrive 45 minutes before showtime to purchase at the door. Advance ticket holders must arrive 5 minutes before showtime. At that time, all available seats will be released to individuals on the waitlist.