RAWdance performs excerpts from the company's 2012 ode to love and equality, Two by 24: Love on Loop. The performance and gala evening benefit Grace Cathedral’s mission elevating compassion, inclusivity, creativity, and learning. Tuesday, Feb. 13 Learn more
CONCEPT series: 22 with RAWdance
RAWdance’s beloved salon serves up a fresh dose of unique, high quality dance art in a lavish setting, but with a living room vibe. Five Bay Area choreographers join RAWdance to share works-in-progress and revamped repertory tailored for intimate viewing. Full Lineup coming soon.
For the CONCEPT series, choreographers are encouraged to share work at any point of creation, offering new perspectives into the artistic process. RAWdance Co-Artistic Directors, Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein are active hosts, serving treats (and that dose of banter) in between the works. The series takes place in the lavish Green Room in the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center, creating a rare opportunity to see dance in one of the most beautiful spaces in the city. And as always, the series is pay-what-you-can.
March 30 & 31 No advanced ticket sales Children welcome Popcorn, coffee, and snacks will be provided Photo by Margo Moritz
GLASSlands returns at YBCA!
GLASSlands (2016) is an evening-length work which explores proximity, visibility, technology and connection in a culture of ever increasing emotional and intimate distances. Choreographed by Printz Dance Project Artistic Director Stacey Printz, GLASSlands features set design by Sean Riley. The set pieces are large, transparent pod-like structures, or “bubble rooms” that inhabit the performance space, providing a plastic world that dancers populate and explore. As human, face-to-face interaction is dismantled and technology-driven encounters become more pervasive, GLASSlands explores how our ability to communicate and connect is impacted.
May 11 & 12 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts More info soon! Photo by Jeff Zender