ARC Dance Company is pleased to announce the resumption of its popular Summer Season!
The program will feature a wide variety of new choreography by Sean Kelly (Principal Dancer – Houston Ballet, Resident Director/Associate Choreographer – An American In Paris tour), Stephanie Rae Williams (Dancer – Dance Theatre of Harlem), Marika Brussel (Visiting Choreographer – Kansas City Ballet, New Ballet Studio), and Marie Chong (Artistic Director – ARC Dance Company) re-imagining some audience favorites unique to ARC’s eclectic repertoire.
We are also delighted to include members from the esteemed Ballet EloElle/Grandiva – Men in Tutus (New York City) with their own selection of dances. This all-male comedy ballet company, currently under the direction of Victor Trevino, former Principal Dancer of the legendary Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, will bring its signature wit, comedy, and sass, to an already joy-filled evening.
It is ARC’s great pleasure to also present the “Black Swan Pas de Deux” from the famous classical ballet Swan Lake danced by Guests Kouadio Davis and Lindsey Donnell from Dance Theatre of Harlem.
ARC Dance Company is pleased to join the summer performance line up at Icicle Creek Center for The Arts with a one-evening program of varied dance works on Friday, August 26.
The program features a wide variety of choreography by such notables as Sean Kelly (Dancer – Houston Ballet, Resident Director/Associate Choreographer – An American In Paris tour), Stephanie Rae Williams (Dancer – Dance Theatre of Harlem), Marika Brussel (Visiting Choreographer – Kansas City Ballet, New Ballet Studio), and Marie Chong (Artistic Director – ARC Dance Company). Also included on the program are excerpts from the full-length classical ballet, Swan Lake.
Our School offers classical ballet programs of exceptional quality for dancers of all ages and backgrounds. We work to meet students’ varying interests in dance, ranging from beginning to adult education to the professional career bound.
ARC Dance operates a 9,000 square foot facility in the North Ballard/Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle. ARC serves the community through its school’s dance training programs as well as professional company concerts at the Leo Kreielsheimer and Bagley Wright Theatres at Seattle Center. The Company fosters the art of dance by producing the creative work of current dance makers on an ensemble of classically-trained, professional dancers.