sorry Clover - a Mary Sigward + Artists Production
The Yaw Theater
Seattle, WA
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sorry Clover - a Mary Sigward + Artists Production
sorry Clover, the inaugural production of Mary Sigward + Artists, is an interdisciplinary solo dance work exploring isolation's effect on memory and one's perception. Created, choreographed, produced, and performed by Mary Sigward, this piece explores the many facets of isolation in order to create an environment where audience members have space to intentionally reflect and process their personal experiences vis-a-vis art. Performances will take place at 7:30pm on November 11th and 12th, 2022 at the YAW Theater in the Equinox Studios in Georgetown, Seattle. The evening will consist of a performance, approximately 40 minutes long, followed by an open community gathering.

After the performance concludes, the floor will open and allow audience members to mingle amongst themselves. The community gathering will focus more on intimate conversations rather than a formal talk-back/Q&A. Following current COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, food and drinks will be provided to create a social environment with open-ended prompts projected in the space to keep conversations connected to the work and engage audience members to verbalize what they observed in the performance and how it relates to them.

Partial funding provided by Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.
Mary Sigward + Artists is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike.
Shunpike is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency that empowers artists through equitable access to vital expertise, opportunities, and business services.


The Yaw Theater (View)
6520 5th Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98108
United States


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Arts > Dance
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Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Mary Sigward + Artists
On BPT Since: Oct 27, 2018
Mary Sigward + Artists


If you are traveling west on South Michigan Street, turn left on 5th Avenue South and look for the building with the golden egg on the roof. If you are traveling east on South Michigan Street, turn right on 5th Avenue South and proceed as described above. There is free street parking outside the studios.