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Fall In Love With Dance Again

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  • WHEN Multiple dates from Nov 19 - Nov 22, 2020[days & times]
  • WHERE THE LOT Liberty Station + Online, 2620 Truxtun Rd,, San Diego, CA 92106
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  • AGES All ages
  • COST $15 - $20

San Diego Dance Theater presents FALL in love with DANCE again

November 19 at 7:30 p.m. - $20
In-person viewing at THE LOT
Doors open at 7 p.m., food & drink available for purchase

November 20, 21 at 7:30 p.m. & November 22 at 5:30 p.m. - $15
Livestream Viewing at Your Home

Tickets here.

Artistic Director Jean Isaacs has announced that the company will premiere a virtual dance performance at THE LOT Liberty Station on Thursday, November 19. Guests are invited to experience fine dining while enjoying the performance projected on the large wall screen. With an open terrace, THE LOT has created a less restricted yet safe experience for dining.This fall performance is also presented via live stream on November 20, 21 & 22, and replaces the annual January repertory show. San Diego Dance Theater will present new dances by Associate Artistic Director Terry Wilson and guest choreographer Khamla Somphanh, premiering a solo for company dancer Lauren Christie.

With the help of rehearsal director Liv Isaacs-Nollet, Isaacs will reprise her popular Cabaret Dances from 2010 with music by Kurt Weill and Bertoldt Breich as sung by German vocalist Ute Lemper. Cabaret Dances captures the bawdy decades between WWI and WWII when Nazism was on the rise and bold humor and farce dominated the dance and music scene.

The new piece by Wilson has been created for the full company of San Diego Dance Theater dancers, including Brianna Bellamy, Lauren Christie, Marcos Duran, Nicolas Gilbertson, Jessica Gilmore, Cecily Holcombe, Mario Jaimes, and Minaqua McPherson. Untitled for the moment, Wilson has choreographed a series of small cast vignettes inspired by poetry by Maria Pasantanapoulos, Pablo Neruda, and Rumi. This work celebrates the power of spoken word and movement, accompanied by a sound collage of music by composer Armand Amar.

Guest choreographer Khamla Somphanh debuts a solo work inspired by the haunting, hidden story of bombs dropped in the tiny country of Laos. In our history, Laos is the most bombed nation ever recorded and active bombs are still scattered throughout the country.

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