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181 events
44 reviews
86 stars
.YBCA is easily accessible by public transit, 2-3 blocks from Muni and BART. Also, MIssion-Fifth Garage has reasonable rates, but a bit longer walk...
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The Yerba Buena area is surrounded by some of the best hotels and restaurants - we followed up by going to The View for drinks before dinner at Amber, both of which were lovely.
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Robert Moses' Kin: "Rise"
29 ratings
4.3 average rating
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779 events
402 reviews
279 stars
attended Jan 23 2014

Stellar performance. Two new works and one of their classic pieces. This is a must see. Plus, seeing Robert actually dance was a wonderful treat. Extremely talented and beautiful dancers. This would have been worth full price admission.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Jan 23 2014

Great show! Breathtaking choreography, beautiful bodies doing soulful movements. Loved every minute.

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27 events
10 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 23 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed this expressive dance production. The group is highly talented and gifted. There were moments where the synchronous movements were not completely in harmony, but that did not distract from the artistry of the patterns....continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Robert Moses' Kin

Choreographer Robert Moses founded Robert Moses’ Kin in 1995 and since then has created numerous works of varying styles and genres for his highly praised dance company. Robert Moses creates dances that speak to our times: His work is a powerful combination of athletic technique, rhythmic complexity, a fusion of different dance styles, and gestural detail. He explores topics ranging from oral history in African American culture to the life and work of author James Baldwin, the isolation found in new love to the dark side of contemporary urban culture, and the simple joyous expressions of pure movement.