brings veterans of military service together with non-veteran civilians, to create originally devised performance work based on personal narrative and addressing multiple perspectives on military and civilian life, culture and war. ETS will perform in collaboration
with the Martin Luther King Memorial site, in the Yerba Buena Gardens, showcasing the architecture, waterfall, reflecting pool and Dr. King’s words, in an audience-interactive experience.
I will be teaching a class in Axis Syllabus and Stilt Dancing at the Global Stilt Congress with co-teacher Kristen Greco. The class is October 4-6. Also at the Congress will be classes in combining stilts with aerial, butoh, contact improv, Afro-Brazilian dance, and much more. Stay for the composition intensive October 12-17.
The Congress is organized by The Carpetbag Brigade and also includes The Spectacle Based Drama Symposium and two weekends of public performances during the Arco-Tsunami Festival.