The BoatHouse Project
JULIA ADAM, acclaimed choreographer and former principal dancer for San Francisco Ballet announces the first installment of a new artistic venture designed to appeal to all of the senses. The BoatHouse Project is a unique fusion of dance, music, food, location and community, envisioned to form connections between people and place through visceral experience and art. Adam says, "When I go into the theatre I feel very alone and separate. It takes a lot for me to feel moved because there are so many barriers. Fighting traffic, looking for parking and trying to find food somewhere, it all wears on me and takes away from the experience. What I envision is the participant being suspended in all the beauty, nourishment and the art. When you leave you're revived, inspired and filled, not only intellectually, however emotionally and physically as well." The first installment of this annual event launches with The BoatHouse Project on July 4th - 6th at the historic Brock Schreiber Boathouse perched on the Western edge of Tomales Bay in Point Reyes National Seashore. The BoatHouse Project is centered on Adam's Dew Point, a work conceptually driven by themes of water, set to a diverse score ranging from Saint-Saens to Phillip Glass; Louis Armstrong to Jeff Buckley, performed by a cast of nationally acclaimed dancers. The visual experience will be designed by Adam's longtime award winning collaborators, costume designer Christine Darch and Houston Ballet resident lighting designer Lisa Pinkham. Each evening local chef Matthew Elias of Saltwater in Inverness, farm chef at True Grass Farms and founder of Milk Crate and Company will compose regional food and drink for the evening's event.
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Brock Schreiber Boathouse
12830 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard
Inverness, CA 94937
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|