SADC May Salon
A very special edition of our Salon Series brings Angela Dance Co from Israel to perform alongside four local East Bay artists.
Two chances to see the performance on Sunday, May 6th: 6pm and 8pm
ANGELA DANCE CO (Israel)
Founded by Miriam Engel, the company has captured audiences with inspiring creations that combine a rich and virtuosic performance and intriguing dramatic narratives. Using fascinating point of views, Angela explores both personal and universal themes, creating exciting spectacles of matter and space. Angela represents standards of artistic innovation, alongside with social and community relevance.
ROGELIO LOPEZ & DANCERS (Oakland)
RL&D believes that dance speaks a universal language that pulls at the core of human existence. By letting the body speak, we create a body literacy that generates a real and present connection between people. Rogelio Lopez has a Queer, Mexican-American, lower class background voice, that neither denies, nor engulfs the person and artist that he is. Through Rogelio Lopezs particular use of the embodied dancer, a spacious, weighted, unaffected-virtuosity of disarming dance comes through and has the capability to transform.
EVANGEL KING (Bay Area)
Evangel King is a contemporary dance artist. She creates dances for herself, other soloists, as well as companies. Evangel gives workshops and performances locally and on tour. For thirty plus years shes been living in the rich and stimulating San Francisco Bay Area.
LEAH KAHN (Berkeley)
Leah Kahn trained at Kent State University and Columbia College Chicago, and has performed all around the Midwest, in Israel, and in the Bay Area. Since moving to the Bay Area, she has produced and performed her own work, as well as danced for Nina Haft & Company, Rogelio Lopez & Dancers, and ahdanco.
QUICKSILVER DANCE (Oakland)
Mariah Steele/Quicksilver Dance is a modern dance company based in Oakland, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts with roots in New York City, directed by choreographer Mariah Steele. Using anthropological inquiry and artistic exploration, our dances delve into contemporary and timeless issues to inspire reflection and imagination and to spark new perspectives and cross-cultural dialogue.
Shawl-Anderson Dance Center (View)
2704 Alcatraz Ave
Berkeley, CA 94705
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