White Bird strongly believes in making dance exciting, educational, equitable, and accessible to everyone.
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The TL Collective
The TL Collective was founded by Micaela Taylor in 2016, ignited by her passion to create engaging and diverse work. One of today’s most in-demand choreographers, Taylor’s versatile 8-member company will perform Drift, a work called “stunning, powerful and insightful” by LA Dance Chronicle. Micaela Taylor is the face of the future, with one of the most critically acclaimed dance companies on the West Coast.
Photo by: Karen Tapia
Photo by Christopher Duggan
Join us for the 2nd annual WE ARE ONE Festival. Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE and Ballet Hispánico will bring their powerful performances to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and A.I.M by Kyle Abraham will grace the stage of the Newmark Theatre.
Three incredible performances for only $70
What you get: One ticket to each company's performance in Price Level 3
Last Day to Purchase: Tuesday, February 14 or while supplies last.
Mask Requirement: Masks are required while indoors at any White Bird performance, except while eating and drinking. Masks must completely cover nose and mouth and have ear loops, or similar, to hold in place. Gaiters and bandanas are not acceptable. If your current mask is not deemed appropriate, an alternate mask will be provided upon entry.
Vaccinations and Testing: Proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID -19 test is not required to attend a performance at this time.
*Our health and safely policies are subject to future modification in response to evolving conditions. Future changes will be announced via our website and email newsletter.
Equity - Diversity - Inclusion
White Bird believes in the transformative power of movement and its capability to uplift, inspire, and unite. Historically, institutionalized performing arts were built within a system of ingrained racism, sexism, ableism, and ageism, with the result being a field that does not prioritize the voices of marginalized groups. Our commitment is to break down these structures and to foster a community that not only represents a diverse range of individuals, but gives equal access and value to their voices.