The Proust Questionnaire: With Anna Halprin

Editor’s Note: The Proust Questionnaire was a popular form of interview around the turn of the twentieth century used to reveal the tastes, personality and aspirations of the interviewee. It…

Our Breath is as thin as a Hummingbird’s Spin; A Foray into Interspecies Love

…Rudstrom cut then devoured the string that tied together the tin can phones that were meant to connect the two creatures across their animal and existential divide. It then became…

Welcome, Jan/Feb 2012

…potential of the future is even more exhilarating. Therefore, the staff at Dancers’ Group has imagined what the world, the dance community and or Dancers’ Group would be like 30…

Hit and Run Hula: NΓ€ Lei Hulu dancers set to shake up San Francisco

…a project to present dance outside the theater. They asked him how he might contribute to their efforts, and he imagined hula guerrilla style. Makuakäne can’t wait to see the

Bringing Dance to Teens: an Inquiry

…school? And what are the best—or even just the possible—delivery models for dance at the middle school level? Currently dance is being offered under the physical education umbrella; the PE…

Music Makers

…evaluate criticism. The ability to look at something from an unexplored angle. The best collaborations produce results that would not be obtainable by the artists separately (the Lennon McCartney effect)….

Mission & History

…evicted from its home at 3221 22nd Street in the Mission at the height of the space-crisis that erupted from the dot-com boom in 1999. The loss of our physical…

Not Your Typical Tap: The Bay Area Tap Festival

…enthusiasts, it’s Gregory Hines and Savion Glover. Kloss works diligently to expand the perspective of students, audiences, and even the guest artists who participate in the festival. “These artists are…

2010 Highlight

…added to the frenetic pace leading up to the evening’s performance. Lighting trees were still being adjusted and the music system was failing as the audience was walking through the

Welcome, Mar 2011

overreacting to the inevitable passing of years, I promptly admonish myself for the often-daily diatribe surrounding my vanity. Then I remind myself: aging for an arts organization, or any business,…