UPcoming Projects

For more information about any of these projects, please feel free to contact me!

    Within These Walls - Lenora Lee Dance
    September 9 - 10 & 16 - 17, 2017; 11am & 12:30pm
    Location: Immigration Station, Angel Island, San Francisco Bay, California
    Purchase Tickets HERE
    For more information, please click here.

    Trolley Dances - little seismic dance company | Katie Faulkner
    Saturday and Sunday, October 21st & 22nd; times TBD
    - Travel along the N-Judah MUNI line starting at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in SoMa to the Sunset District concluding in Golden Gate Park and see dances along the way from different companies!
    Stay tuned for more info!


    Previous Projects

    May 12 - 14 & 19 - 21, 2017; Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 4pm
    Location: Dance Theater Mission, San Francisco, California

    • "The work views parallel paths between children of different backgrounds as cultural time bombs, with possible futures periodically blown up then rebuilt with the impossibility of escaping an ever present parenting of past mistakes.” - Robert Moses


    i was. i am. i will. - self-choreographed solo presented at LEVYstudios on January 28th, 2017


    Trilogie vom Hiersein: Becoming - Sticky Trace Company; Hamburg, Germany
    LICHTHOF Theater, Hamburg; Theater für Niedersachsen, Hildesheim; & Theater im Pavillon, Hannover
    Trailer ; Review


    Traces - Alyssandra Katherine Dance Project;


    Participating - Sticky Trace Company; Hamburg, Germany
    LICHTHOF Theater, Hamburg & Theater für Niedersachsen, Hildesheim


    Dr. Sun Yat-Sen - Santa Fe Opera; Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
    "The best parts of the work were Seán Curran's choreography for the dancers, who decoratively filled in some of the story gaps..."  - Wall Street Journal
    Links to more reviews: New York Times, San Francisco Classical Voice, Theater Jones


    Muhair - Choreography by Christian De Luna Zuno


    Powder Movement Sequence -  an improvisational dance project. It came about as a collaboration between NYU students in the department of Dance and Film. Here the dancers were free to interact with their own physical structures and/or with one another. The use of powder acted as an extension of the movement while adding a counterpart to the physical rhythm.