David E. Moreno E-RYT500, YACEP, SFT, is an internationally recognized yoga instructor who came to yoga after dancing professionally in a variety of modern dance companies and light opera productions. He also trained in experimental dance including the early phases of Steve Paxton's contact improv, the environmental happenings of Anna Halprin, and the deep inner dance of Continuum with Emilie Conrad. His commentaries on yoga have been featured in an assortment of yoga journals and magazines, and he is the producer of yoga DVDs and eBooks. www.moryoga.com
Writes in: Dance, Etc, Features, Film, Music, and Theater.
San Francisco has its icons, from the Golden Gate Bridge to Chinatown, including the gay Castro district. And, as the world has recently been brought to its knees to remember, it has its share of dynasties too; from the San ...
Alonzo King’s "Lines Ballet" could easily be called the "Limbs Ballet" as many of the gangly dancers sport excessively sinewy arms and legs, including hands that seem to extend beyond their fingertips. To this natural fluidity, grace, strength, and at ...
The pre-curtain audience at the Yerba Buena Center For The Arts was especially boisterous Thursday evening. This was in part because the legendary Israeli dance company, Batsheva, had returned to San Francisco for its fourth season, and because this performance ...
“He’s a good boy…Heeee zzza Goode boooboi…He’s a…” chants and slurs Melecio Estrella at the start of “29 Effeminate Gestures.” Estrella hits this angry mantra over and over as if it were a punching bag, until the sentence turns into ...
How does one mark a particular passage of time, with some anniversaries being more significant than others? For Margaret Jenkins this meant looking back over 75 productions, early studio performances, site-specific works, and international collaborations. At age 71, she has ...
A green jogging jacket, a role of white duct tape, a blue hand towel, and a plastic water bottle sit piled on one side of a dance floor. Across from it on the other side are the same ...
“Should I look among the living,
Should I look among the dead,
If I am searching for you, like Lazarus did?”
The West coast premiere of, “Like Lazarus Did” included a live performance by the San Francisco ...
Jesse Bechard and Ana Lopezin "little mortal jump"Photo by Todd Rosenberg
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
Zellerbach Hall – Berkeley
February 2, 2013Hubbard Street Dance website
Cal Performances website
Little mortal jump (2012) - Bay Area Premiere