Seattle, WA—Olivier Wever’s award-winning contemporary dance company, Whim W’Him, pulls up roots from the Seattle Center and heads to Capitol Hill with its May production of #unprotected at the intimate Erickson Theater Off Broadway May 15-23. The program includes three new contemporary dance creations from internationally acclaimed choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, (who returns to WW for the 4th time), Seattle’s Andrew Bartee a Pacific Northwest Ballet Corps de Ballet dancer and Whim W’Him’s Olivier Wevers.
Performing at the 150-seat Erickson Theatre—where front row seats are actually on the stage—exposes audience members to Whim W’Him with a new level of intimacy. To accommodate #whimmers, 5 additional performances are scheduled.
Whim W’Him dancers include: Geneva Jenkins, Kyle Johnson, Jim Kent, Mia Monteabaro, Tory Peil, Thomas Phelon, Lara Seefeldt, and apprentice Madeline DeVries.
Program Details: Whim W’Him presents #unprotected
8 Performances run May 15th through 23rd
Erickson Theatre Off Broadway, 1524 Harvard Avenue, Seattle 98122
Tickets available at BrownPaperTickets
$25 Advance/$30 Door/$15 Student Rush
$50 Opening Night Celebration
Support from 4Culture and Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Whim W’Him is an award-winning Seattle-based contemporary dance company founded in 2009 by Olivier Wevers, former Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer and choreographer, that showcases innovative dance in collaboration with global artists. www.whimwhim.org