“I remember the day…” On the surface, “THE DAY” is a multilayered performance with iconoclastic cellist Maya Beiser and retired…
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“A Thousand Thoughts, a thousand questions, mine, yours, ours, theirs, questions that perhaps open up things that definitive answers would…
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“Astrology is not about astrology. It is about what is already happening. Astrology isn’t about us, but the way we…
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The shock of the unexpected. This is what viewers have come to expect from Sankai Juku – formidable tensions and…
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Mark Morris’ understated barefoot “Mozart Dances” (2006) launched the 2019-20 season for Cal Performances this weekend with three separate piano…
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“Movement itself is the weaving, gathering threads into fabric, they dive into each other, a pool of pools, swimming through…
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Five soldiers are waiting; Cadet Luke Bradshaw casually adjusts a transistor radio playing mostly static interference and portions of a…
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The much-anticipated premiere of Jessica Lang Dance in San Francisco arrived bittersweetly. For the Bay Area’s first real glimpse of…
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“Les Colombes: The Doves” is an inspired 45-foot long aerial sculpture made up of two thousand paper doves by German…
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Molly & Aviva Rose-Williams “Mind The Gap” Chanel Bibene & Daiane Lopes da Silva, “We Don’t Know But We Know”…
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“Impact” is Kristin Damrow’s third evening-length work and a world premiere. It uses Brutalist architecture and design as its inspiration…
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