ROBERT MOSES' KIN PRESENTS THE BY SERIES AND DRAFT
June 18-21, 2015 at ODC Theater
Tickets available soon the ODC Theater Box Office
Hot off the succes of SILT, Robert Moses' Kin continues its 20th anniversary with The BY Series at ODC Theater, presenting choreography by Robert Moses and guests Amy Foley and Daiane Lopes da Silva. Also on the program is Draft, a Robert Moses' Kin performance project launched in 2006 which features invited Bay Area dancers performing material created by Moses specifically for them in brief rehearsal encounters.
For information about this and other more upcoming Robert Moses' Kin performances, please visit our Performances page.
WORKSHOP WITH ROBERT MOSES: JUNE 1-5 at STUDIO 200
This workshop offers the advanced, professional, and aspiring professional dancer an in-depth, one-of-a-kind experience of Robert Moses’ process and movement vocabulary. Click here for more information.
For more information about ongoing classes and special events at Studio 200, click here.
ROBERT PROFILED IN THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
"Moses is a firm but reliable father figure to his troupe, Robert Moses’ Kin, which will present its 20th anniversary season Thursday through next Sunday at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum. He’s also a pillar of Bay Area dance who’s beginning to break out on the national scene with his work, a hybrid of ballet, modern and street-jive that vacillates between tension and tenderness."
Click here to read the full article by Rachel Howard.
MOSES' PLEASURE CONTINUES TO IMPRESS
Premiered during the Alvin Ailey spring season, The Pleasure of the Lesson continued to impress during performances this past December in New York as well as Ailey's recent Bay Area tour. Photo by Paul Kolnik.
"...Mr. Moses’s use of the dancers’ bodies, now detailed and large-scale, abounds in rich contrasts of texture..."
Click here to read the full New York Times performance review >>
"Moses serves up elegant evidence, spurns easy solutions and then invites you to take away any meaning you wish."
Click here to read the full San Francisco Chronicle performance review >>
About Robert Moses' Kin
Founded in 1995, the Robert Moses' Kin is identified as one of the most important arts entities in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California because of its contributions to the field of live performance excellence, and its attention to provoking and meaningful themes. By virtue of its touring schedule, the company reaches a national audience, which also regards RMK as one of the most energizing and evocative modern dance companies in the country.
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