Trey McIntyre is one of those choreographers (along with Pat Graney and Donald Byrd) who prove you don’t need to live in New York to have a dance career, or to get love from the New York Times. McIntyre’s company comes to us from Boise with dances about Basque culture and Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus. McIntyre has a taste for feats—some choreographers focus more on small, nuanced expression and others more on eye-popping corporeal wizardry. McIntyre is one of the latter. (Meany Hall, UW Campus,, 8 pm, $39–$43, April 11–13)