Visible! Invisible! Sex, Death, Insanity! A new dance about the life of Mary Todd Lincoln and the American First Lady body, featuring a hot parade of first ladies and a host of cross-dressing male ghosts.
Innovative Bay Area company Paufve | dance celebrates its 10th anniversary season with the world premiere of So I Married Abraham Lincoln, an evening length work based on the life of historical figure Mary Todd Lincoln, Friday-Sunday, January 27-29, 2012 at Dance Mission Theater in San Francisco. Choreography by Randee Paufve. Set Design by Jack Carpenter. Lighting design by Gabe Maxson. Sound by Heather Heise. Costumes by Keriann Egelund. Dramaturgy by Liz Lisle. Dancers: Valerie Gutwirth, Rebecca Johnson, Katie Kruger, Mo Miner, Nadia Oka, Jill Randall, Christy L. Thomas.
Photos to right by Pak Han Foto.
Dance Mission Theater (View)
3316 24th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110