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LIVE ARTS FEST

 

San Diego Dance Theater presents 10 evenings of incredible Live Arts, from modern dance, to puppetry, to singing and stories imagined.
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Live Arts Fest 2014 Calendar

4/15/2014

Tuesday

"Love H.E.R." - bkSOUL (Grace Shinae Jun) and Collective Purpose

"Love H.E.R." is a collaboration of bkSOUL and Collective Purpose that celebrates the feminine and nurturing roots through hip hop, spoken word, dance, and music.

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4/16/2014

Wednesday

"Things Lost" - San Diego Dance Theater

Thirty performers in SDDT’s Aging Creatively senior dance program reflect through choreography by Jean Isaacs, Reina Bolles, Yvonne Gagliardo, Margaret Marshall, and George Willis. Aaccompanied by Kira Corser’s new video, the result is, at the time, both tragic and comic.

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4/17/2014

Thursday

“Latin Night” - Medley of Latin Dance Artists

Celebrating Latin Inspired Dance by showcasing its three most popular genres, Flamenco (Flamenco Sur), Salsa (Tony Caligagan), and Tango (Tango with Colette Hebert). Try each style in a party atmosphere complete with tapas and wine.

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4/18/2014

Friday

“The Collector” - Animal Cracker Conspiracy

Creative Catalyst artists Iain Gunn and Bridget Roundtree create a multimedia hybrid puppet theatre performance which reveals the story of a lowly debt collector, who undergoes a radical transformation of spirit in the process of collecting outstanding debts.

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4/19/2014

Saturday

"Half & Half" - Minaqua McPherson & Vivana Alcazar-Haynes

An evening of individually choreographed works that culminate into a collaboration of the minds and movements of both artists.

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4/23/2014

Wednesday

"Ouroboros(6) and other works" - vîv, San Francisco, CA.

"There is no perfection that you are missing...You are Perfection," says ALTERNATIVA's Kathleen Hermesdorf about San Francisco's newest dynamic company of dancers, vîv. This spring, vîv brings to SoCal their first commission from ALTERNATIVA, Ouroboros(6). Onstage, vîv embodies a ritual of transformation, a dance of constant change and a shedding of old ways. "Never before (have I seen) more than two people feel like one organism."- Lieva Whitbeck, SF Dance Supporter. Six women in an evening of fierce and intense work.

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4/24/2014

Thursday

"Push Process" - Lavina Rich

An evening of revisiting work to focus on the details. That is where the story lies. Fun, quirky, gestural dance from long-time "Trolley Dances" alumna.

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4/25/2014

Friday

"Seeing Through" - Terry Wilson & Sadie Weinberg

Contemporary, athletic dance examines issues of "…finding self, finding us…" through abstract movement. Includes video documentary of San Diego dance icons.

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4/26/2014

Saturday

"Indivisible" - Anjanette Maraya-Ramey

“Indivisible” is an evening of contemporary dance, spoken word and live music that explores themes of identity, love, loss and acceptance. Featuring local musicians, spoken word artist Gill Sotu. This TedX presenter is exploding with ideas.

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4/27/2014

Sunday

“In Proceso, Lynchtown, and Aura” - Minerva Tapia Dance Group

This evening will consist of three dance works: “In Proceso,” a dance about borderland people; “Lynchtown,” a historic choreography by Charles Weidman; and “Aura,” which is inspired by the novel of Carlos Fuentes.
Powerful and originality the Grupo de Danza Minerva Tapia adopts a perspective that permits a careful balancing of dance art, choreographic narrative, and a re-created social context.

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