Shadow (Part 1)
Shadow (part 1), choreographed by Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, brings a quartet of dancers from San Francisco and New York for the first chapter premiere of […]
The Healer mines the ancient history, systems, and beliefs of Traditional Chinese Medicine and holistic practices, to shed light on our innate ability to overcome physical and emotional suffering.
With an eye to recurring cycles in history – reverence for intellectual prowess followed by a blinding fear of intellectual thought – the work asks “what does it mean to be an informed and engaged citizen?”
Performed in its entirety by RAWdance’s Smith and Rein, Double Exposure is comprised of 13 duets created by some of today’s most intriguing dance artists making work along the West Coast.
Two by 24: Love on Loop
With City Hall as its backdrop, Two by 24: Love on Loop is an 8-hour outdoor contemporary dance installation about the freedom to love.
Inspired by the life and groundbreaking contributions of Britain’s greatest code-breaker, Turing’s Apple was created in collaboration with acclaimed composer Richard Einhorn.
After 5:00 is a haunting yet hopeful plunge into co-dependency, alcoholism, trust, and love. Rooted in daring partnering, it is one of the company’s most narrative works.
Through my fingers to the deep
Taking its title from a reality-bending Edgar Allen Poe poem, Through my fingers to the deep led audiences throughout the numerous pathways and nooks of Yerba Buena Gardens.
Hiding in the Spaces Between
A retrofuturist mashup of analog and digital worlds seen through a 1980’s lens, Hiding in the Spaces Between featured a landscape of projection, 3-D video, and human pong.