Dancers’ Group and the Asian Art Museum presented Fog Beast’s The Big Reveal
Expanding our notions of what a dance performance can be: The Big Reveal brought into focus human migration, ecology, living history and belonging.
Photos by Robbie Sweeny
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
All performances were 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
February-July 2015: Shinichi Iova-Koga/inkBoat
95 Rituals (for Anna Halprin)
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.