Smuin streams ‘Indigo’ this week

Chris Hardy/Special to the Town Crier
Smuin Contemporary Ballet performs Stanton Welch’s “Indigo,” streaming free today through Friday as part of Smuin’s Hump Day Ballets series.

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Stanton Welch’s “Indigo” is the next installment in Smuin Contemporary Ballet’s Hump Day Ballets series, performances from the company’s archives available for free streaming for 48 hours each week.

Set to Antonio Vivaldi’s Cello Concerto in B minor and Cello Concerto in G minor, “Indigo” examines the vagaries of romantic relationships as four couples come together, fall in love, fight and exchange partners.

Offered today through Friday, it will be accompanied by a video introduction from former Smuin dancer Erica Chipp-Adams, who danced in the West Coast premiere of the piece in fall 2016.

Streaming instructions are available through Smuin’s email list (sign up at or via Smuin’s Facebook ( and Instagram (

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