FLACC 2018: BREAKthrough!
Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers (¡FLACC!) will celebrate five years of featuring resistant, queer, indigenous, and hybrid choreographers based in the United States and Latin America. The co-curators of FLACC, Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz and Liz Duran Boubion, want to celebrate this quintessential year with a BREAK(through) experience.
FLACCs three-day festival will be at Dance Mission Theater opening with a performance ritual by a local conceptual artist, Adrian Arias, who will be breaking through a plastic cocoon. FLACC is featuring 5 additional local companies including: David Herrera Performance Company, La Mezcla (Vanessa Sanchez), Diana Lara, Piñata Dance Collective, Randy Reyes; and 3 visiting visiting companies including: Twin sisters, Marisa and Maribel Plasencia(Santa Barbara, CA), Arts & Above(Missoula, MT) and Fabiola Guillén(MX) who is bringing a group of 7 dancers from Puebla, Mexico presenting a piece confronting the restrictions of religion and sexuality.
The show will include post-show panel discussions on Friday and Saturday and conclude with a 5th Annual FLACC birthday reception ceremony on Sunday Nov. 11 after the show.
There is also a FREE Panel Discussion on Nov. 7th, 4-6pm. @ Latinx Research Center, 2547 Channing Way, Berkeley, 94704
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Dannce Brigade's Dance Mission Theater (View)
3316 24th St. @ Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|