San Francisco Ballet artistic director Helgi Tomasson could have chosen to make the company’s 75th anniversary an exercise in self-glorification and nostalgia. Instead, he’s taking a gamble on the future. […]
Right now all you can see is beams and plywood walls, but by early 2008 the Oakland Noodle Factory should be a pipe dream made real. Imagine this: eleven live-work […]
Dancers’ Group asks seven Bay Area dance critics questions about their jobs and role of dance criticism.
An essay examining the historical evolution of grace as a concept and its application to integrated dance.
A reflection on the questions around virtuosity and difference explored in Jess Curtis/Gravity’s “Under the Radar”.
A preview of an upcoming performance by Karole Armitage Gone! Dance Company presented by San Francisco Performances at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
“Charlie and I recognize that we might be inviting catastrophe in terms of trying new things with new people in new situations where there’s just very little known ground,” says […]
The following article was published in Movement Research Journal #31, Summer 2007, New York City. San Francisco, the left coast, the endpoint of western expansion and escape. Being a port […]
A look at the marriage of dance and film. Stephanie Linakis explores this artistic shift, who it interests, and which events in the upcoming year will highlight the use of this medium.
Announcing the 2019 Lighting Artists for Dance Grant Recipients In its 12th year, the Lighting Artists in Dance program provides lighting designers access to funds that will support artistic collaborations with […]