Category: Dance

Risa Jaroslow & Dancers’ ‘At Your Service’ a compelling exploration of power

How do we serve? How are we served? Who serves whom, and where do the lines blur? These are some…

4 weeks ago

Black choreographers fest kicks off powerfully

Taking inspiration from James Baldwin, who said, “I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I…

4 weeks ago

Brutalism inspires Kristin Damrow’s choreography

Bay Area choreographer Kristin Damrow has set her new evening-length premiere “Impact” in a near-future dystopia filled with bold Brutalist…

2 months ago

SF Ballet opens 86th season with dazzling duets

San Francisco Ballet gave its 2019 opening gala performance an appropriate title: At “This Is Passion” on Wednesday at the…

2 months ago

Winter 2019 Arts Preview: Dance

The thriving Bay Area dance community -- and guests -- offer up plentiful performance options. San Francisco Ballet Program 1:…

2 months ago

RAWdance roars into the future

San Francisco contemporary troupe RAWdance is happily marking a momentous anniversary with a big new show and a new collaborator.…

2 months ago

SF Ballet’s 2018 ‘Nutcracker’ underway with good cheer

In Wednesday’s opening of San Francisco Ballet’s 74th year of “Nutcracker” -- the 14th production of artistic director Helgi Tomasson’s…

3 months ago

San Francisco reminds shoppers to buy local this holiday season

Black Friday is expected to draw swarms of bargain hunters to Union Square the day after Thanksgiving, but San Francisco…

4 months ago