Pam Kuntz

Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” plays on the Performing Arts Center Mainstage from Oct. 14-16 in a newly imagined production directed by Professor of Theatre and Dance Mark Kuntz, with Romeo and Juliet being played by Western students Gabe Zuniga, Zachary Lewis, Catie Hinson and Jersey…

“Right to Recognition, a body response to the Declaration of Human Rights,” a collaboration between mixed-media artist Linda Ost and Senior Professor of Dance at Western Washington University Pam Kuntz, combines human rights, images provided by Western students and an unconventional use of hand…

Pam Kuntz, a dance instructor at Western Washington University, has created a local community where those living with neurological disorders can participate in the art of modern dance. Here they gain support from others…

“Airings Voices of Our Youth” is a dance/theatre piece created by Kuntz and Company coming to Western’s Performing Art Center on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 6 - 8:30 p.m.

The performance is free and open to the public.

Pam Kuntz, Diana Gruman, Lucy Purgason,…

"Airings…voices of our youth" is a dance/theatre piece created by Kuntz and Company that explores the pressures young people face in the formative years of middle school and high school. The power of Airings lies in the true stories of these young people expressing their…

"Ellis won't be Dancing Today" returns to the Pickford Film Center for an encore screening at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, as part of "Dances for the Camera."

It was originally created as a live performance piece by Kuntz and Company for the …

Juliette Machado, a 24-year-old native of Hawaii, is having a busy fall.

She’s helping with the projection design work for “Under the Tree,” opening Thursday, Dec. 10, at iDiOM Theater; her just-completed film, “Ellis Won’t be Dancing Today,” will be shown at Pickford Film Center in…

Bellingham's Kuntz and Company, run by Western Washington University dance instructor Pam Kuntz, is one of 163 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an National Endowment for the Arts Challenge America grant.

Kuntz and Company is recommended for a $10,000 grant to support…

Kuntz and Company, a non-profit dance/theatre company directed by Western Washington University senior dance instructor Pam Kuntz, presents Hide and Seek, a dance/theatre work that explores how children are cared for in our community through the eyes of the child, family and…

Dancer Angela Kiser is one of the performers in Kuntz & Company's production of "Positive," a dance-theater piece that explores the lives of seven local community members whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS.

The production will be at 7…

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