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detour dance 

When: Oct. 3-4, 8 p.m. and Sun., Oct. 5, 7 p.m. 2014
Price: $20-$30

OF Yaks And Women

Loretta lurks on the cliffs and crags that line the coast of Half Moon Bay, gloomed over by a dim blur of fog. Loretta is a yak who, longing for a companion, discovers a fellow woolly pelt in a woman whose obsession with her fur coat matches her penchant for meandering over precipitous terrains in detour dance's newest film, Rawhide. Now in its fifth year of presenting dances and films that sweetly explore the quirks and idiosyncrasies that San Francisco loves to call its own, detour dance's home season at CounterPULSE also features the premiere of its first evening-length work, Filaments, a take on contemporary society's relentless pursuit of attention that takes the vogue artist's sassiest hair toss and tries it on a flock of rabid pageant queens. Rounding out an evening of pure indulgence is Jenny McAllister's piece that explores the untold story of sugar-glutted Hansel and Gretel.

— Irene Hsiao


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