""The piece, created and performed by Doug Barber and Elana Jacobs, played with high sass and deep vulnerability…The duet revealed an infectious relationship, openhearted, honest, and gently flippant." SeattleDances April 2014"

yellow etiquette. march 28 & 29 2014. Abbey Grown.  Fremont Abbey.

MUG SHOT! {donate 50 dollars or more to CabinFever and receive state of the art CF Mug!} http://heroic.ly/cabin (donation tax deductible)

To help fund our opportunities in 2014, we have applied for three very competitive artistic grants, in which dance can be an expression for nature conservation, video art, and musical performance. Since we have not yet received a response and the outcomes are uncertain, we would appreciate any financial contributions from you, our supporters who have been our foundation from our first steps.  

  1. Camera: iPhone 4
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/231th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm
douglas and margie.

douglas and margie.

Elana & Emily of CabinFever at Skidmore College to teach choreography class and participate in a “Living Liberal Arts” Panel!

who’s got the fever??

Doug Barber and Elana Jacobs perform together for the first time in a new duet called Yellow Etiquette as part of Abbey Grown. March 28 & 29 at the Fremont Abbey. GET YOUR TICKETS! http://abbeygrown.bpt.me

Holding auditions for Seattle International Dance Festival evening “Spotlight on Seattle” curated by PNB’s Andrew Bartee.  for private audition apt email elana@cabinfeverliveart.com

get yer tickets! March 28 & 29 

http://abbeygrown.bpt.me

happy valentines day from our hearts to yours. Love, The CabinFever Family :)