FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 17, 2023

MEDIA CONTACT:
Elizabeth Belyea
bhamrep@gmail.com

Bellingham Repertory Dance Presents: Doubles

Bellingham Repertory Dance (BRD) presents Doubles, an evening of contemporary dance. Doubles is a movement exploration of partnership, reciprocity, and trust. The show features repertory works by choreographers from around the United States and Vancouver BC. BRD is thrilled to share this dynamic material with Bellingham audiences. Performances run November 10-11 and 16-18 at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center.

In Laura Patterson’s “Agiocochook,” dancers seek collective survival amidst a cold and harrowing landscape. Anna Bauer and Jairus Carr’s fast dash duet is all at once articulate, specific, and quirky. Samuel Hobbs’ “Early” challenges the boundaries of physical connection, and Rob Kitsos describes his work, “Conurbation,” as a reflection of “the multiplicity of confined urban spaces.” Doubles will include the premiere of a new work by BRD’s own Gabby Malagreca, as well as other original material by current company members.

November 10, 16, 17 at 7:30

November 11, 18 at 5:30

Firehouse Arts and Events Center (1314 Harris Ave.)

For tickets and more information, visit bhamrep.org.

Bellingham Repertory Dance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization offering high-level dance productions, as well as class and performance opportunities for the community. Visit bhamrep.org to learn more about BRD and how to get involved.

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