• Kristin Damrow & Company (KDC): sound

    sound is an experiential dance performance that delves into the physical effects of sound on our bodies and minds.


    June 2 - 3, 2023
    Installations 7:30 pm
    Performance 8:00 pm

    Concept + Direction: Kristin Damrow
    Collaborators: Olivia Caldeira Holston, Erin Yen, Sam Grayson, Anna Greenberg Gold, Macio Payomo
    Composer: Aaron M Gold 

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  • Kristin Damrow & Company (KDC): sound

    sound is an experiential dance performance that delves into the physical effects of sound on our bodies and minds.


    June 2 - 3, 2023
    Installations 7:30 pm
    Performance 8:00 pm

    Concept + Direction: Kristin Damrow
    Collaborators: Olivia Caldeira Holston, Erin Yen, Sam Grayson, Anna Greenberg Gold, Macio Payomo
    Composer: Aaron M Gold 

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  • Andrew Pearson: Abbale (a dance-theater memoir)

    Abbale, a dance-theater memoir, weaves together the true stories of 3 fatherly relationships, spanning 3 decades and 3 different cultures, as one man tries to understand just what it means to fill Daddy’s shoes. With compelling nuance and deep introspection, dance and theater collide through a series of moving stories and provocative choreography, getting at the heart of what it means to be a child, a lover, and a creator.

     

    Who’s your daddy?

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  • Andrew Pearson: Abbale (a dance-theater memoir)

    Abbale, a dance-theater memoir, weaves together the true stories of 3 fatherly relationships, spanning 3 decades and 3 different cultures, as one man tries to understand just what it means to fill Daddy’s shoes. With compelling nuance and deep introspection, dance and theater collide through a series of moving stories and provocative choreography, getting at the heart of what it means to be a child, a lover, and a creator.

     

    Who’s your daddy?

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  • Andrew Pearson: Abbale (a dance-theater memoir)

    Abbale, a dance-theater memoir, weaves together the true stories of 3 fatherly relationships, spanning 3 decades and 3 different cultures, as one man tries to understand just what it means to fill Daddy’s shoes. With compelling nuance and deep introspection, dance and theater collide through a series of moving stories and provocative choreography, getting at the heart of what it means to be a child, a lover, and a creator.

     

    Who’s your daddy?

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  • Julie Crothers: Holy Crap

    11 years into the quest to fill the “God-shaped hole” inside of her, Julie Crothers is hitting the stage to let you know that things are different than she expected them to be. Through embodied storytelling, an unsettled cast of church characters, and a handful of queer little pop numbers, Julie Crothers’ evening-length one-guy-show, Holy Crap, is a story of coming out, of coming of age, and of coming together with all the parts that make her whole. In an attempt to investigate the things she came to believe about goodness, value, purpose, and meaning within a deeply evangelical culture, she invites audiences to experience the difficulties and delights of deconstructing a conservative Christian upbringing and all the sticky bits it leaves behind. Following the structure of a typical white southern megachurch service and running 60 minutes, Holy Crap sheds light on what it means to question, to reimagine, and to allow yourself to be constantly becoming.

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  • Julie Crothers: Holy Crap

    11 years into the quest to fill the “God-shaped hole” inside of her, Julie Crothers is hitting the stage to let you know that things are different than she expected them to be. Through embodied storytelling, an unsettled cast of church characters, and a handful of queer little pop numbers, Julie Crothers’ evening-length one-guy-show, Holy Crap, is a story of coming out, of coming of age, and of coming together with all the parts that make her whole. In an attempt to investigate the things she came to believe about goodness, value, purpose, and meaning within a deeply evangelical culture, she invites audiences to experience the difficulties and delights of deconstructing a conservative Christian upbringing and all the sticky bits it leaves behind. Following the structure of a typical white southern megachurch service and running 60 minutes, Holy Crap sheds light on what it means to question, to reimagine, and to allow yourself to be constantly becoming.

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  • Julie Crothers: Holy Crap

    11 years into the quest to fill the “God-shaped hole” inside of her, Julie Crothers is hitting the stage to let you know that things are different than she expected them to be. Through embodied storytelling, an unsettled cast of church characters, and a handful of queer little pop numbers, Julie Crothers’ evening-length one-guy-show, Holy Crap, is a story of coming out, of coming of age, and of coming together with all the parts that make her whole. In an attempt to investigate the things she came to believe about goodness, value, purpose, and meaning within a deeply evangelical culture, she invites audiences to experience the difficulties and delights of deconstructing a conservative Christian upbringing and all the sticky bits it leaves behind. Following the structure of a typical white southern megachurch service and running 60 minutes, Holy Crap sheds light on what it means to question, to reimagine, and to allow yourself to be constantly becoming.

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  • SFDanceworks: Season 6

    SFDanceworks returns for Season 6, continuing its mission to present the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of world-class contemporary dance by exploring dance heritage, identity and the intrinsic choreographic connection to music. This season’s program includes five works. “Gustave Le Gray No. 1” is a quartet by Pam Tanowitz with live piano accompaniment. An excerpt from José Limón’s modern dance classic “Danzas Mexicanas”, responding to his Mexican heritage. Three world premieres include the long-awaited debut of Bryan Arias, the return of SF-based choreographer Laura O’Malley working with composer Alton Allen, and the West Coast choreographic debut of emerging artist Alexander Anderson.

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  • SFDanceworks: Season 6

    SFDanceworks returns for Season 6, continuing its mission to present the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of world-class contemporary dance by exploring dance heritage, identity and the intrinsic choreographic connection to music. This season’s program includes five works. “Gustave Le Gray No. 1” is a quartet by Pam Tanowitz with live piano accompaniment. An excerpt from José Limón’s modern dance classic “Danzas Mexicanas”, responding to his Mexican heritage. Three world premieres include the long-awaited debut of Bryan Arias, the return of SF-based choreographer Laura O’Malley working with composer Alton Allen, and the West Coast choreographic debut of emerging artist Alexander Anderson.

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  • SFDanceworks: Season 6

    SFDanceworks returns for Season 6, continuing its mission to present the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of world-class contemporary dance by exploring dance heritage, identity and the intrinsic choreographic connection to music. This season’s program includes five works. “Gustave Le Gray No. 1” is a quartet by Pam Tanowitz with live piano accompaniment. An excerpt from José Limón’s modern dance classic “Danzas Mexicanas”, responding to his Mexican heritage. Three world premieres include the long-awaited debut of Bryan Arias, the return of SF-based choreographer Laura O’Malley working with composer Alton Allen, and the West Coast choreographic debut of emerging artist Alexander Anderson.

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  • SFDanceworks: Season 6

    SFDanceworks returns for Season 6, continuing its mission to present the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of world-class contemporary dance by exploring dance heritage, identity and the intrinsic choreographic connection to music. This season’s program includes five works. “Gustave Le Gray No. 1” is a quartet by Pam Tanowitz with live piano accompaniment. An excerpt from José Limón’s modern dance classic “Danzas Mexicanas”, responding to his Mexican heritage. Three world premieres include the long-awaited debut of Bryan Arias, the return of SF-based choreographer Laura O’Malley working with composer Alton Allen, and the West Coast choreographic debut of emerging artist Alexander Anderson.

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  • SFDanceworks: Season 6

    SFDanceworks returns for Season 6, continuing its mission to present the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of world-class contemporary dance by exploring dance heritage, identity and the intrinsic choreographic connection to music. This season’s program includes five works. “Gustave Le Gray No. 1” is a quartet by Pam Tanowitz with live piano accompaniment. An excerpt from José Limón’s modern dance classic “Danzas Mexicanas”, responding to his Mexican heritage. Three world premieres include the long-awaited debut of Bryan Arias, the return of SF-based choreographer Laura O’Malley working with composer Alton Allen, and the West Coast choreographic debut of emerging artist Alexander Anderson.

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  • ODC/Dance Presents: Summer Sampler

    Savor the sweetness of summer with a taste of ODC/Dance. Experience renowned company favorites by Founding Artistic Director Brenda Way, Kimi Okada’s acclaimed May’s Letters, as well as new works by guest choreographers Dexandro Montalvo and Sonya Delwaide.

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  • ODC/Dance Presents: Summer Sampler

    Savor the sweetness of summer with a taste of ODC/Dance. Experience renowned company favorites by Founding Artistic Director Brenda Way, Kimi Okada’s acclaimed May’s Letters, as well as new works by guest choreographers Dexandro Montalvo and Sonya Delwaide.

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  • ODC/Dance Presents: Summer Sampler

    Savor the sweetness of summer with a taste of ODC/Dance. Experience renowned company favorites by Founding Artistic Director Brenda Way, Kimi Okada’s acclaimed May’s Letters, as well as new works by guest choreographers Dexandro Montalvo and Sonya Delwaide.

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  • Amy Seiwert’s Imagery - SKETCH 13: Lucky

    Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, a contemporary ballet company in San Francisco, expands the definition of ballet by exploding the preconceptions of what ballet is and can be. Imagery drives ballet’s evolution by nurturing responsible environments for creative risk-taking, partnering with diverse collaborators, and mentoring emerging leaders in the field. Imagery’s artists share the belief that through collaboration and experimentation, vibrant and courageous ideas can become inspiring works of art.

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  • Amy Seiwert’s Imagery - SKETCH 13: Lucky

    Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, a contemporary ballet company in San Francisco, expands the definition of ballet by exploding the preconceptions of what ballet is and can be. Imagery drives ballet’s evolution by nurturing responsible environments for creative risk-taking, partnering with diverse collaborators, and mentoring emerging leaders in the field. Imagery’s artists share the belief that through collaboration and experimentation, vibrant and courageous ideas can become inspiring works of art.

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  • Amy Seiwert’s Imagery - SKETCH 13: Lucky

    Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, a contemporary ballet company in San Francisco, expands the definition of ballet by exploding the preconceptions of what ballet is and can be. Imagery drives ballet’s evolution by nurturing responsible environments for creative risk-taking, partnering with diverse collaborators, and mentoring emerging leaders in the field. Imagery’s artists share the belief that through collaboration and experimentation, vibrant and courageous ideas can become inspiring works of art.

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  • Megan Lowe Dances presents Gathering Pieces of Peace

    Megan Lowe Dances presents "Gathering Piece of Peace", a dance theater work that explores mixed-race Asian American experiences, with an artistic team composed of folks who identify in this way. Through thoughtful text, soulful song, and dynamic dancing, MLD addresses the complexity of navigating our fractured selves in support of wholeness, and is co-creating a supportive environment for connection that radiates out into our communities.


    Featuring:

    Dance Performance by: Clarissa Dyas, Malia-Hatico Byrne, Melissa Lewis Wong, and Megan Lowe

    Music by: Peekabook/transcriptions01, Zachary Abelson, Megan Lowe, Marica Petrey/Girl Swallows Nightingale, and Emma Tome
     

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