Upcoming Events

Our 2014 School Show, An Afternoon of Dance, was spectacular! We have a wonderful community of caring children and adults, everyone made the day special. Thank you to all who participated and helped. Keep the sweet moments that happened on stage alive forever…

Click here to download the 2014 School Show Performance DVD order form and mail it to Wise Guy Productions with your payment of $20 per DVD.

Winter/Spring Session 2014 runs Feb. 10-June 9, 2014
Spring Break: April 14-19, 2014
No classes on Memorial Day: May 26, 2014

Summer Camps and Classes are now open for registration.

 

Kaleidoscope Dance Company Performance and Concert Schedule 2013-2014

Kaleidoscope Dance Company, one of Seattle's oldest modern dance companies, is made up of young people ages 7-16. In 2011, Artistic Director Anne Green Gilbert was honored by the National Dance Education Organization with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in the field of dance. 

Kaleidoscope Dance Company is available for school assemblies and community concerts. Details on booking Kaleidoscope for an entertaining and educational concert can be found HERE.

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Kaleidoscope In Concert 

Broadway Performance Hall • 1625 Broadway, Seattle
Friday, May 9, 2014: 7:30pm

Saturday, May 10, 2014: 2:00pm and 7:30pm

Sunday, May 11, 2014: 3:30pm

 

Festival seating available through Brown Paper Tickets
Adults: $16 • Youth/Senior: $8 
Call 1.800.838.3006 or visit brownpapertickets.com
Patron tickets: reserved seating only available through CDC
Adult Patron Tickets: $35 • Youth/Senior Patron Tickets: $20 
Call 206.363.7281 or visit creativedance.org

 

The Creative Dance Center’s resident modern dance company, Kaleidoscope Dance Company, presents Kaleidoscope in Concert at the Broadway Performance Hall Mother’s Day weekend, May 9, 10, and 11. This rich and diverse show features new works by local and nationally recognized choreographers. Premieres are by Marlene Strang (Not Like Some -a lighthearted commentary on manners across different eras), James Brosnahan (Shout and Feel It – based on the style that emerged from Harlem and the Savoy Ballroom in the depression years all the way into the 1940’s), Angelica DeLashmette (Through Darkness Into Flight – inspiration taken from a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire), Debbie Gilbert and Joanne Petroff (Embodied Art – bringing the work of Klee, Singletary, and Lawrence to dancing life), and Kaleidoscope graduate Fionnuala Doyle Wade (Waking Up – which looks at human interactions, the positive and the negative). These new works and revivals highlight the dancers stylistic versatility and the vibrancy of modern dance. Revivals on the program include Forms Unfolding by Anna Mansbridge, a balletic modern piece set to the music of Vivaldi,  Subsumed by Louisa Fish-Sadin, exploring group dynamics and the struggle for individuality, A Memory, a moving dance about the power of friendship by Kaleidoscope dancers Maya St. Sebastian and Tshedzom Tingkhye, Stars at Play by Anne Green Gilbert, and Across the Plains, choreographed by Kaleidoscope Dance Company, a joyous and touching piece that celebrates the spirit of American pioneers. Each performance will also feature a dance that premiered at this year’s Gift of Dance Concert. Kaleidoscope’s unique blend of talent, enthusiasm, and soul will delight and captivate audiences of all ages. Kaleidoscope in Concert celebrates the joy of dance with an exceptional balance of youth and professionalism. Kaleidoscope Dance Company is made up of young people ages 7-17.