We're very grateful for our supporting partners, past and present. We love teaming up on creative projects.
Thank you to:
Cirque Exotique du Monde directors and cast at Gatepath, our offsite rehearsal space. Oscar Velarde, Ronald Feichtmeier, Lisa Burton, Alix Josefski, Charles Monson, Alika U. Spencer-Koknar, Bora "Max" Koknar, Lessa Bouchard
Archive Mixed Media has Secret Stuff in Development. Sometimes you have to keep it under your hat.... Alex Josefski as Little Giant. Photo by Lance Huntley.
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Anna Yanushkevich, aerial dance. Photo by Lane Huntley.
At 7:30 on September 30, there will be a special preshow discussion with Judith Smith, founder of AXIS Dance Company in Oakland CA. "The heart of AXIS is the commissioning, creation, and performance of contemporary dance that is developed through the collaboration of dancers with and without physical disabilities." Judith Smith and Lessa Bouchard will lead a conversation about body image and representation before the show.
Also, there will be a special pre-show discussion with Giovanni Zoppe of the Zoppe Family Circus at 7:30p on Saturday, Oct. 7 and at 1:30p on Sunday, Oct. 8.
Alika U. Spencer-Koknar as Boshka, Lisa Burton as Sarrasine, Alix Josefki as Little Giant and Charles Monson as Hans the Giant. Photo by Lance Huntley. Video by Tyler Groshong.
Meanwhile, RUN, don't walk, to see Cirque Exotique du Monde at the Dragon Theatre in Redwood City! As part of Dragon Productions Theatre Company's Second Stages Series, Kathy Boussina's Cirque Exotique du Monde is set in 1936 Berlin. Directed by Lessa Bouchard and Bora "Max" Koknar, this play will make you laugh, cry and think about the state of the world then and now.