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Joe Landini Dance: City of Ghosts
March 18, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
One event on March 19, 2022 at 8:00 pm
One event on March 20, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Joe Landini Dance presents the world premiere of City of Ghosts. This new work by Joe Landini features additional choreography by his collaborator, Amy Lewis. This 30th anniversary of Joe Landini Dance features invited guest artists who appear in their own pieces. Three different programs on three nights will be shown.
Fri, Mar 18 Program:
City of Ghosts and guest artists A Pulso Dance Project and Francesca Cipponeri. Opening night hosted by Juanita MORE! appearing in More is MORE! Costumes by Mr. David and music composed by The Tammy Hall Trio.
Sat, Mar 19 Program:
City of Ghosts and guest artists A Pulso Dance Project, Raven Malouf-Renning, Rebekah Enderle and Francesca Cipponeri.
Sun, Mar 20 Program:
City of Ghosts and guest artists Raven Malouf-Renning, Rebekah Enderle and Juanita MORE! Plus, a student workshop performance.
Opening Night, special guest host, Juanita MORE! will be raising money for her 18th Annual Pride Party to be held in June of 2022. More is MORE! is a feature of the opening night’s festivities which also includes a post-show reception! This choreographic homage to the couture of Mr. David designed for Miss MORE! is complete with music composed by the Tammy Hall Trio.
City of Ghosts, a new dance piece by Joe Landini, is a series of recollections of his past 30 years living in San Francisco, where he reflects, “I’m fascinated with how unreliable memory is and how quickly cities change. I’m constantly trying to keep up with the changes, but I’m trapped by how I remember them.” This five-part dance piece has sections where the dancers guide the audience members through a meditation on loss and fractured memories. The athletic movement in City of Ghosts was inspired by the resilience and adaptations people need in order to deal with gentrification.
[Image Description: Andi Salazar is holding a lantern. Francesca Cipponeri is peering from behind. This is a moody, dark photo with shadows of the dances on the wall.]