Who am I? - Page 2

Choreographer Faye Driscoll talks 'You're Me'

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A fine mess: Jesse Zaritt and Faye Driscoll
PHOTO BY STEVEN SCHREIBER

Pulling You're Me together, however, was a different challenge. Like many artists, Driscoll is homeless, scurrying around from one studio to another. "I could never rehearse with all that stuff I had to lug around." That's why the residency at Headlands became such a respite: they gave her a closet. *

YOU'RE ME

Thu/7-Sun/10, 8pm, $20-$30

CounterPULSE

1310 Mission, SF

www.counterpulse.org

 

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