House Hazards - a New Dance Piece

Household Hazards, Kuntz and Company's (KC) newest work, runs May 16th-May 19th at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center at 7:30 p.m., with an additional 5 p.m. performance on the 18th.

Staying true to telling the stories of our community through the arts, this latest work examines a wide range of hazards encountered in the home, some heartfelt, some hilarious. With the Firehouse stage transformed into the bones of a home - dining room table and chairs, living room couch, bathtub, bed, closet - 14 dancers explore ideas including love, fear, memory, and loss. While Pam Kuntz, artistic director of Kuntz and Company, is typically the primary choreographer of all KC works created, unique here is that Household Hazards consists of 7 pieces created by 16 artists: Jessica Ardis, Naquoia Bautista, Ian Bivins, Alona Christman, Cara Congelli, Vanessa Daines, Cecelia Hanford, Pam Kuntz, Gabby Malagreca, Samantha Martin, Marissa Moeri, Susan Newkumet, Caitlin Schafte, Angela Sebastian, and Kate Stevenson.

Starts: May 16, 2024

Admission: $20 general, $15 senior/student

Location: Firehouse Arts and Events Center
1314 Harris Ave., Bellingham, WA 98225

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Produced By: Kuntz and Company

Contact Person: Pam Kuntz

Phone: 360-510-4711


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