Mar 25 - Mar 27, 2010

Choreographed and directed by Amy O'Neal, "too" is an ecstatic interplay of live and recorded movement by dancers O’Neal and Ellie Sandstrom. The duo interacts with strangers, friends, acquaintances and family in dance of physical extremes. Drawing inspiration from the rural/urban divide, karaoke, and Japanese love hotels, "too" ruminates on the increasing challenges of human contact in a fractured and complex technological age. Previously filmed duets across the US and Japan include on-screen performances by Reggie Watts, Tommy Smith, Melanie Kloetzel, Kathleen Hermesdorf, David Dorfman, Sarah Gamblin, Corrie Befort, and many more. Ivory Smith and Ollie Glatzer composed the score, with video editing by Michele Witten.

Join us opening night for a post-production toast to the cast of "too"!  A small reception will be held for all Thursday night ticket holders.

“Aside from being technically impressive and downright humorous and a hell of a show, it was also emotionally affecting.” – Mathew Korfhage, Willamette Weekly, 2009

For a video preview and more info on "too" go to

The Seattle presentation of "too" is supported by The Mayor's Office of Arts and Cultural Affair

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