Fall is foot-shuffling weather--crunching through fire-hued leaves, stomping through the first clumps of frost on rigid grass. Once summer's bare soles have been covered by wool socks and stiff boots, it's easy to forget what it feels like to wiggle your toes. Luckily, Idaho Dance Theatre's Marla Hansen is bringing back "Feet," for the company's fall show. Hansen's "Feet" is a comical piece that explores feet set to house/nu jazz music by St. Germain.
In addition to a reprisal of "Feet," IDT will bring back Carl Rowe's "The Ties That Bind," a glimpse into human bonding set to violin music by Paul Giger. The company will also premiere a couple of new works including Carl Rowe's newest piece, set to percussive ScrapArtsMusic, Marla Hansen's new work, which sways to the jazz piano music of Keith Jarrett, and new choreography by company dancer Yurek Hansen.