The Navigator Official Music Video!
The time has come! It has been over a year since we started our journey to create The Navigator in collaboration with indie/folk duo, March to May. Now, we can share it with the world! A huge thanks to the cast, crew, and everyone who helped make it possible.
Join us on August 19th at 6:00 for an evening of refreshments and a short dance performance at Ten Thousand Villages! You’ll get to meet the dancers of Version Excursion Dance and learn more about our upcoming show, Sparrows and Snails at Slate Theater- coming in October! We are thrilled to partnering with Ten Thousand Villages again! TTV is an amazing organization dedicated to fair trade for artists around the world.
Admission is FREE, and a percentage of sales from the store will go toward Version Excursion Dance!
Ten Thousand Villages is located at: 6417 Roosevelt Way NE, Ste 101, Seattle, Washington 98115
The Navigator music video/ dance film has truly taken on a life of its own! We never could have imagined that still shots from the underwater scenes would be featured at an art display. Images captured by the lovely and talented Laura James can be seen at Women on the Brink, an all-female art display at Vermillion Art Gallery & Bar.
Photo credit: Laura James
The event will take place Thursday, May 12th! https://www.facebook.com/events/980827771996383/
Hope to see you there!!!
Version Excursion Dance is very excited about our recent collaboration with indie folk duo, March to May! We have already begun shooting our music video, The Navigator- a dance film project that includes award-winning members of Seattle’s creative community. To learn more about The Navigator and how YOU can be part of our production, please visit www.marchtomay.com/thenavigator.
Photo Credit: Archis Gore
Version Excursion Dance is a contemporary dance company based in Seattle, WA. Founded in 2010 by Erin Nichole Boyt, Version Excursion includes dancers from a variety of backgrounds and training who are passionate and engaged in the creative process. Our goal is to create and present work that speaks to universal experiences and has a lasting impact on our audience.