"Witty and provocative" - The Seattle Times
“Powerful contemporary dance…. Graney [has a] penchant for exploring the inner worlds of women.” – The New York Times
Guggenheim Award-winner and Seattle-based choreographer Pat Graney is known for her use of fantastic, dreamlike, sometimes disturbing images. In Girl Gods, Graney takes inspiration from the feminist artists of the 70s, exploring the ancestry of women, family history, and rage. The fierce women of Girl Gods may be wearing cocktail dresses and little heels, but their explosive physical language and wry humor reveal the anger simmering under the surface of the collective feminine mind.
75 minutes, no intermission. Learn more about Pat Graney.
In partnership with the First-Year Writing Program, the Office of Arts and Cultural Programming and Peak Performances welcomes Live Lit Salon to the Alexander Kasser Theater. Join poets Claudia Cortese and Jen DeGregorio for readings inspired by Pat Graney Company's Girl Gods. View the complete Live Lit fall schedule.
Join the Pat Graney Company for a free post-show discussion about Girl Gods.