Kinetic changes - Page 2


Watching this dynamo in rehearsal is a surprise. Soft-spoken, calm, and focused, at times she seems almost reticent, perhaps thinking aloud. As she demonstrates an across-the-stage sequence, she tells the dancers exactly what she wants even as she encourages them to find their own way through the phrasing. At one point, she asks for more articulated details that have to run current-like through the whole body. "I am a quiet person," she tells them, "but I like loud dancers." 



Sat., 2 and 4 p.m.; Sun., 1 and 3 p.m.,

Through May 29

Museum of the African Diaspora

685 Mission, SF


Also from this author

  • Soaring to the heights

    Garrett + Moulton Productions triumph with 'The Luminous Edge'

  • Stream of movement

    Liss Fain turns to Faulkner for 'The Imperfect is Our Paradise'

  • Local movers

    FALL ARTS 2014 Looking ahead to a outstanding season of Bay Area dance