MCDC: Best in the West
Merce Cunningham Dance Company Legacy TourParamount Theater, Seattle: Oct. 27 and 29, 2011Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif., Nov. 1, 2011
On its historic Legacy Tour, MCDC performed twice ...
AXIS Dance Company’s "Light Shelter" choreographed by David Dorfman, with dancers (from left) Sebastian Grubb, Sonsherée Giles, Rodney Bell, Alice Sheppard and Janet DasPhoto by Kevin Colton
AXIS Dance CompanyWorks choregraphed by Marc Brew and ...
Zhukov Dance TheatreYuri Zhukov, DirectorSept. 1-3, 2011Z Space, San Francisco
Six dancers in the Zhokov company offer images from their dreams. Video and voice-over tell the stories. The verbal memories are printed in the program. There ...
San Francisco Ballet company members, seen here dancing "Symphony in C" at the Opera House, performed the same work at Stern Grove.Photo © Erik Tomasson
Dance Weekend in San Francisco
West Wave: "Terra Incognita, Revisited" (July 29, 2011), "Almost ...
Members of Cunningham's company perform "Duets"Photo from Merce Cunningham Dance Company website
Merce Fair, Lincoln Center Festival
Merce Cunningham Dance CompanyFrederick P. Rose Hall, New YorkJuly 16, 2011
Spend a whole day with Merce Cunningham! See his ...
Members of Collage Dance Ensemble performing "Eastern Tides"Photo courtesy of Collage Dance Ensemble
'Round the World in 80 Minutes
San Francisco Ethnic Dance FestivalZellerbach Hall, UC BerkeleyNovellus Theater, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San FranciscoJune 3-July 3, 2011
Antoine Hunter and Christine Bonansea in "Alonesome/Twosome"Photo by Elazar Harel
Epiphany ProductionsODC Theater, San FranciscoJune 17, 2011
With "Home Season 2011," Kim Epifano, director of Epiphany Productions, seems to be producing her very own Ethnic Dance Festival. ...
A scene from Nina Haft's "T:here"Photo courtesy of Nina Haft & Company blog
"T:here" (a dance travelogue by Nina Haft)"Thieves" (choreography by Leya Mona Tawil)SF International Arts FestivalSouthside Theater, Fort Mason, June 4, 2011
Is politics a ...
A scene from "What Does It Feel Like to Kill Someone" by Mary Carbonara Dances.The work will be reprised at Kunst-Stoff June 8-11.Image from Mary Carbonara Dances website
Kunst-Stoff arts/fest 2011Curated by Yannis Adoniou1 Grove Street, San ...
Physical-theater work for 10 dancersBy Barak MarshallBay Area premiere presented by the San Francisco International Arts FestivalMarines Memorial Theatre, San FranciscoMay 19, 2011
A single performance of Barak Marshall's "Monger," part of the San Francisco International Arts ...