SADC Summer Salon 2019
Two chances to see new works, experiments, and investigations by:
Heidi Carlsen presents a piece that reminds people what it feels like to be alive. Faced with the choice fighting or fleeing - a woman faces her fears, escapes to freedom and finds her voice. But at what cost?
Belinda He grew up in Singapore but became a grown-up after moving to New York City twelve years ago, where she performed, choreographed, dramaturged and practiced Feldenkrais. With this work, she makes her Bay Area choreographic debut.
j.habitus is an evolving creative practice generated by Jhia Louise Jackson. She will be showing a work in progress, co-created with Krystal Harfert, that explores themes around our relationship with embodied social constructs of race and femininity, as well as what a just creative practice means within the confines of capitalism.
KWENTO is a dance theater performing company directed by Catherine Liu that seeks to recreate life moments through emotionally driving movement in order to impact and deeply connect with the community, our fellow collaborating artists, and our individual selves.
Ellen Slatkin presents "Just a stupid little piece/girl on fire", a score devised by Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold, interpreted and performed by Ellen Slatkin.
Shawl-Anderson Dance Center (View)
2704 Alcatraz Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94705
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