From One to Many:
6 Solos Shared (online)


Queering Dance Festival
  • Frolic

    SATURDAY, SEPT 19 | 6p & 8p 
    SUNDAY, SEPT 20 | 5p & 7p

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    The second annual Queering Dance Festival presents 10 commissioned LGBTQ+ artists in new work.

    Program A: Lucia August, Bernard Brown/bb moves, Chibueze Crouch, Kevin Gaytan,

    Zoe Huey/Kass Friend/Nicole Maimon, Octavia Rose-Hingle, Río Saúl

    Program B: JanpiStar, randy reyes, Heather Stockton

    East Bay Center for the Performing Arts | Richmond ,CA

    The 2nd Annual Queering Dance Festival

    SEPT 19-20, 2020
  • From One To Many:

    Six Solos Shared

    SATURDAY, MAY 2 | 5p PST

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    An online performance premiere and artist Q&A featuring six commissioned choreographers presenting brand new solos made in their homes for this time of physical distancing to the music of composer Michael Wall.  


    Works by: Melecio Estrella, Molly Heller, Molly Rose-Williams, Natalya Shoaf,

    Liv Schaffer, Erin Yen 

    Read the Press Release here

    Dance Up Close/East Bay

    MAY 2, 2020
  • Upon waking, it has no name


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    Rebecca Morris presents the world premiere of Upon waking, it has no name, a quartet exploring mental health, social interaction, and what it means to be human. Through interwoven segments, this piece investigates the interplay of interpersonal isolation and impending doom in an era of global catastrophes and worsening social divisions.


    Dancers: Rebecca Morris, Hannah Westbrook, Becky Robinson-Leviton, Olivia Holston
    Scenic Designer: Maritza Ruiz-Kim
    Lighting Designer: Jessi Barber
    Composer: Danny Saucedo


    Rebecca Morris

  • Off-Site



    Join us for SADCs auditioned teen modern company's annual repertory season!

    SAYE performs new commissioned work by Tanya Chianese (ka.nei.see|collective), Wax Poet(s) (Garth Grimball & Heather Stockton), Kristin Damrow, Talli Jackson, and Katie Faulkner.)

    These talented teens will be joined onstage by professional Bay Area dance companies, resulting in a mixed-bill evening with something for everyone.

    Shawl-Anderson Youth Ensemble