Performances Onstage this Month

Gravitas, Russian-Style SAN FRANCISCO During last fall’s World Ballet Day LIVE, San Francisco Ballet’s choreographer in residence, Yuri Possokhov, talked to the dancers about his new work, Optimistic Tragedy. It’s inspired by what the Russian raised expat describes as the “monumental hope” of the 1917 Russian Revolution, saying, “We still hope of the best future.” In the choreography, masses of men surgeMore »

Performances Onstage this Month

Trisha Times Ten SAN FRANCISCO In Trisha Brown’s 1975 piece Locus, performers move through the space of an imaginary cube, hitting specified points as they follow a written score. This month, Hope Mohr Dance’s Bridge Project brings back the lesser-known work in a new way with Ten Artists Respond to Locus. The event, held atMore »

Performances Onstage This Month

Take Me to the Beach NEW YORK CITY Grab your sunscreen: Beach Sessions Dance Series puts performers on a stage right on the sand, presenting free site-responsive work and promoting creativity, public engagement and cleanup efforts at Rockaway Beach. Live music will accompany an excerpt of Laurie Berg’s The Mineralogy of Objects as well asMore »