Night Falls: Dance Theater Piece by Deborah Slater & Julie Hébert
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The last date listed for Night Falls was Sunday October 30, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Physically arresting and visually provocative work will be on display during this presentation from ODC. Featuring local artists and their creative peers from around the country, SCUBA is an annual dance performance highlighting cutting edge choreographers and dancers. This year's standouts include Nichole Canuso (Philadelphia), Elia Mrak (Seattle), SuperGroup (Minneapolis) and Bay Area artists NAKA Dance Theater (Jose Navarrete and Debby Kajiyama) who are returning SCUBA alumni. Each event includes a pre-show talk to help get you primed for the performances. Please see the full description for details and program information. Learn More
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See an _SF Examiner _article about the show, and a "_Bay Guardian_ article ":http://www.sfbayguardian.com/2011/10/18/right-combinationon Slater and Hébert’s collaboration.
Choreography: Deborah Slater
Written & Directed by: Julie Hébert
Original Music Composition: Bruno Louchouarn
Set Design: Giulio Cesare Perrone
Lighting Design: Allen Willner
Performers: Stephen Buescher, Bob Ernst, Jessica Ferris, Patricia Jiron, Joan Schirle, Patricia Silver
Peregrine can’t sleep. The following day she’s turning sixty and has to give a speech which she’s not yet written. Anxiously she bounces off the walls of her apartment in the middle of the night trying to figure out what to do about getting older and what the hell she’s going to say to a bunch of young people looking for advice. Peregrine—played by several performers—searches her life for clues: What has she done wrong? What has she done right? What should she do now? And then, an unexpected visitor alters the course of the night.
ODC Theater is proud to present the world premiere of Night Falls, a work of physical theater co-created by award-winning playwright/director Julie Hébert and San Francisco dance institution Deborah Slater.