Joe Goode looks cute in a wig.
In his new show, “When We Fall Apart,” he wears a number of them, telling sometimes funny, mostly familiar, but not necessarily revelatory, stories in the personas of friends who have unraveled. Read More
Joe Goode Performance Group’s world premiere “The Rambler” is appropriately named. The 75-minute dance-theater piece, a pastiche of spoken word, movement and music at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, rambles pleasantly and is intermittently provocative, but in the end feels as aimless as its characters. Read More
“Traveling Light,’ a performance piece brilliantly filling up San Francisco’s historic Old Mint, is sensual, meditative, compelling and clever, a truly one-of-a-kind experience for art lovers.
It’s clear why the Joe Goode Performance Group is quickly selling out this encore presentation of last year’s hit premiere: The work is not only unique; it’s a dynamic, multi-faceted event that takes its own shape for each audience member. Read More