The 32nd Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
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The last date listed for 32nd Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival was Sunday June 6, 2010 / 2:00pm.
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Two of the godfathers of hilarious, edgy political comedy come to the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre to make you laugh while you think. Known for his explosively funny, controversial and politically charged routines about race and current events, Paul Mooney is considered a living legend in the comedy world, having written for Richard Pryor, Robin Williams, Sandra Bernhard and Whoopi Goldberg. He's also been a writer for the TV shows Sanford and Son, In Living Color and Chappelle's Show. Dick Gregory has used his comedy and social satire as a form of political activism, and his activist efforts have extended to more serious pursuits outside of comedy as well. Discovered in 1961 by Hugh Hefner, Gregory went on to perform nationally and on television. He earned a place on Comedy Central's list of the 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from maggie
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We had front row seats which I was a bit worried about being to close. But it was spectacular!!!!! The dancing was so professional and the costumes were to die for! It made me so proud to live in bay area and be exposed to such a variety of dance companies. I will be going again! Thank you Godstar..you have not failed me yet......
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I also wanted to see this show for the last time was at SF State and after alway performed at Palace of Fine Arts. So it was almost 15 years, and my friend never seen this kind of show. She perfer singing and acting, and I had to remind that this...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“What other city in the world has anything like the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival?…I heartily envy the Bay Area residents.” —The New York Times
Devoted to nurturing the work of Northern California dancers, this year marks two new highs: the debut of a record 26 world premieres—almost twice as many as in previous years—and the commission of a record four new works, including a Mexican Bicentennial Tribute created by acclaimed choreographer Zenón Barrón and featuring dancers from six local companies. In addition to these exciting performances, audiences will enjoy many companies that have never before appeared at the festival.