SF Intl. Arts Festival: Scott Wells & Dancers w/ Khambatta Dance Company
SF Intl. Arts Festival: CounterPULSE
San Francisco, CA
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SF Intl. Arts Festival: Scott Wells & Dancers w/ Khambatta Dance Company
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Parkour is a is a non-competitive, physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible, using only their bodies. The world premiere of Scott Wells' "A Walk in the Parkour" begins with a dazzling display of gymnastic interactions with apparatuses and walls, but eventually yields to the deeper desires of the heart.

The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.The San Francisco debut of the five-member Seattle based company, led by Artistic Director Cyrus Khambatta, contrasts rigorous partnering and athletic movement with authentic human content to create an emotionally moving dance, which is both visually beautiful and physically demanding. The company will perform three pieces: Kim, Interview with the American Dream and Pendulum. Since arriving in Seattle from points East (New York and France) in 2001, its programs have been viewed on the West Coast and abroad by 20,000 people, ranging from undercover site-specific pieces that spring to life around unsuspecting audiences to staged full-length interdisciplinary productions.

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SF Intl. Arts Festival: CounterPULSE
1310 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States


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Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre
Other > Festivals
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Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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