Salt Horse is Seattle's René Magritte of dance: moody but dignified, infusing banality with whispers of mystery, and fond of visual magic—creeping tables and chairs, dancers covered in hair, a headless creature in a button-down shirt looming on a barely lit stage. But the three-woman company is not even remotely populist. Led by a dancer/molecular biologist (Beth Graczyk), a dancer/filmmaker (Corrie Befort), and a trumpeter/"sound artist" (Angelina Baldoz), Salt Horse is all about subtle movement and spectral vision. (Erickson Theater, 1524 Harvard Ave, 8 pm, $12–$15.)

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