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Culture, Dance Living With Misha

Living With Misha

Raquel Aedo fears few things in the dance world. Her sinewy frame doesn't tremble, for instance, at her boss' every criticism. "I still look at him when I'm watching him perform and see he's accomplished so much, but intimidation is…
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Calendar, Night&Day Projective Verse

Projective Verse

Even on the verge of his 75th birthday, even having won the exalted Bollingen Prize, Robert Creeley shies from the idea of leaving a legacy. "It hasn't been a career in any determined sense," he says from his home in…
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Culture, Dance <i>Space</i> Craft

Space Craft

The 11 members of Capacitor are classifiably nocturnal creatures, meeting at night and rehearsing in the dark. At the moment they resemble bats, clinging to the studio ceiling by pulleys, flying through the air at random with the release of…
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Calendar, Night&Day Wandering Wisdom

Wandering Wisdom

Two years ago Ralph Lemon set out to explore Asia with only the bare bones of an itinerary. He thought he would trace, geographically, the development of Buddhism, and then visit each country in the region to see how their…
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Calendar, Night&Day From Here to Urbanity

From Here to Urbanity

Some of us rush into the increasing rents/decreasing arts spaces debate with our gloves on; others wander into it unwittingly. Case in point: filmmaker Chip Lord. A year ago, he finished his latest work, Awakening From the 20th Century, and…
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Calendar, Night&Day Video Killed the Celluloid Star

Video Killed the Celluloid Star

About six months ago the organizers of the Mill Valley Film Festival found themselves with a potential classification controversy on their hands: Dozens of entrants who had shot their works in digital or beta formats had, it seemed, brazenly placed…
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Culture, Stage

Short Stage Reviews

"Sudden Pictures" Erica Essner has been floating in the early/midcareer choreographer's nether world at least since her first full-evening program at Theater Artaud five years ago, when she was still committed to socio-political text-laden works influenced by Joe Goode. Though…
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Culture, Dance Truth in Dance

Truth in Dance

London audiences didn't quite know what to make of Mark Morris' Four Saints in Three Acts when the work premiered there in June. Even though the English National Opera produced the work (and footed most of the bill), Morris had…
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Calendar, Night&Day S.F. Is Best

S.F. Is Best

A lot has changed -- and too much has stayed the same -- in the three years since Austin Forbord and Shelley Trott began making the first film ever to chronicle the development of modern dance in San Francisco. Rehearsal…
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Culture, Dance Step by Step

Step by Step

Oakland Ballet's rehearsal studio has become a dance history classroom, and Mary Cochran, a petite powerhouse with a tousle of exuberant paprika-red curls, is calling out the syllabus. "It's actually Nijinsky meets hip hop," Cochran says as a lanky woman…
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Culture, Dance Improving by Leaps and Bounds

Improving by Leaps and Bounds

Last Thursday, a little Walnut Creek dance company known as Diablo Ballet traipsed down south to appear in Los Angeles' first-ever ballet festival, Ballet Fest 2000. Diablo was the only Northern California company to share the festival's three programs with…
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  • clipping at Brava Theater Sept. 11
    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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