Dancers’ Group and the Asian Art Museum present Fog Beast’s The Big Reveal
Expanding our notions of what a dance performance can be: The Big Reveal brings into focus human migration, ecology, living history and belonging.
Conceived and Choreographed by Melecio Estrella and Andrew Ward
Musical Direction and Performance: Ben Juodvalkis
Creation and Performance: Katie Faulkner, Danny Nguyen, Melissa Lewis, Wailana Simcock, Janine Trinidad and Patricia West
Dramaturgy and Choreographic Counsel: Damara Ganley
Thu, Jul 18; Sat & Sun, July 20-21
Asian Art Museum, SF
Registration is open at fogbeast.com
See a preview section of The Big Reveal
Yerba Buena Gardens Festival Choreofest
Sat, Jul 13, 1pm
Rotunda Dance Series
Fri, Jun 7, 12pm
All performances are FREE
Read more about Fog Beast
Finding the Fog Beast By Damara Vita Ganley
Dances Sung, Songs Moved: Fog Beast Serves it Up in The Big Reveal By Sarah Chenoweth
ONSITE is a program of free, large-scale, site-specific dance in San Francisco.
Learn more about past ONSITE performances:
July 2017: AXIS Dance Company
Occupy – A site-specific journey through an urban garden
August-September 2016: NAKA Dance Theater
RACE: Stories From The Tenderloin
April-May 2014: Sara Shelton Mann
The Eye of Horus: Five Solos: Views of the Primal Body
June 2013: Amara Tabor-Smith
He Moved Swiftly But Gently Down the Not Too Crowded Street: Ed Mock and Other True Tales in a City That Once Was…
September 2012: Jo Kreiter
Niagara Falling: a visually arresting aerial dance and multimedia event.
September-October: 2011 Katie Faulkner
We Don’t Belong Here: a portable movement, video, and sound event.
March 2010: Ben Levy
Intimate Visibility: A collision of new media, dance, and flash mob.
February 2010: Erika Chong Shuch
Love Everywhere: A public celebration of love.
August 2009: Patrick Makuakane
Hit and Run Hula: Taking San Francisco by storm in a hula ambush.
May 2009: Anna Halprin
Spirit of Place: A performance responding to the site at Stern Grove, a space designed by Lawrence Halprin
August 2008: Joanna Haigood
Shifting Cornerstone: A window between the present and the past, between memory and imagination.