21-22: HARUKO NISHIMURA
Nishimura teams with Joshua Kohl and Jherek
Bischoff, of the musical group Degenerate Art Ensemble,
to present his Butoh solo Thirteen.
July 21-22, 8pm, Theatre of Yugen at Noh Space, 2840
Mariposa St., San Francisco, (415) 621-7978, www.theatreofyugen.org.
JUL 22: WOMEN’S WORK: KATE CORBY AND DANCERS
Young choreographer Kate Corby and her company perform
two works: The Wavering, a solo; and War
Brides, a trio looking at the American military.
July 22, 8pm, Venue 9, 252 9th St., San Francisco, (415)
JUL 24-25: WEST WAVE DANCE FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Shifting to the larger Cowell Theater, the festival
presents a curious mix of emerging talents and well-known
names. Works by veteran choreographer Lizz Fain, dancemaker-on-the-rise
Mary Carbonara, the ever-ambitious ballet dancer Michael
Kruzich, ubiquitous modern dancer-turned-choreographer
Heidi Schweiker, and an appearance from the East Bay’s
new troupe led by Charles Anderson, Company C. Contemporary
July 24-25, 8pm, Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center,
San Francisco, (415) 345-7575, www.summerfestdance.org.
JUL 25-26: WANDERLUST IN FABLECITY
A new work by Kristin Lemberg. Note late start time.
July 25-26, 9pm, The Lab, 2948 16th St., San Francisco,
JUL 26: CENTRAL COAST SUMMER FEST: SAVAGE JAZZ
Reginald Ray Savage’s youthful company is always hot,
sultry, and utterly committed.
July 26, 8pm, Spector Dance Studio, 3343 Paul Davis
Dr., Marina, (831) 384-1050.
JUL 26-27: WEST WAVE DANCE FESTIVAL PROGRAM
The big finale: works by Amy Seiwert, ODC/SF’s KT Nelson,
Mark Foehringer Dance Project/SF, Annie Rosenthal Parr/Patricia
Jiron, Laura Elaine Ellis, and the ever-delightful Janice
Garrett and Dancers.
July 26-27, 8pm, Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center,
San Francisco, (415) 345-7575, www.summerfestdance.org
JUL 27: SAN FRANCISCO BALLET AT THE STERN GROVE
A free yearly treat: SFB in the great outdoors.
Just get there early (or you’ll end up trying to balance
on the side of a grassy cliff) and prepare for the unpredictability
of SF weather (i.e., bring your sunscreen and a wool
sweater). This year’s program: Allegro Brillante,
Makarova’s staging of Paquita, Peter Martins’
The Waltz Project, and a pas de deux to be
July 27, 2pm, 19th Ave. at Sloat Blvd., San Francisco,
(415) 252-6252, www.sterngrove.org.
Listings source courtesy of IN DANCE, a FREE monthly
publication of Dancers' Group at http://www.dancersgroup.org