Whim W’him is closing their season with a bang, literally.
Sandi Kurtz, The Seattle Weekly
Its story of love, betrayal and broken contracts is straightforward enough. It’s the flourishes — especially Michael Mazzola’s lighting design and Dylan Ward’s electronic distortions of a Prokofiev piano score — that give it its intensity, along with the feverish rigor of the dancing.
Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times
The small and exceptional local contemporary dance company consistently premieres new work from some of the best choreographers anywhere and this time, to use a baseball metaphor, they’ve knocked it out of the park.
Florangela Davila, Crosscut
A Disagreeable Tale of Duplicity
June 3, 2016
Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center
Sergei Prokofiev – additional sound design by Dylan Ward
Shelby Adele Rogers