Fullstop Dance is thrilled to be back in the creative process and building work to present in person again! Help support Fullstop’s upcoming film premiere on June 4th at CityDance Studios, the performance at the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival on July 23rd, and the rest of the 2022 season. Funds raised will directly support the development of the project covering costs of studio rentals, artist fees, a musical commission, costumes, and eventually performance fees in late July and the fall.
This past month, Fullstop has held research sessions to develop a live show based on Hermann Rorschach's early 1900s inkblot drawings. "You could be anything" will explore our journey of perception and intuition, and how we subconsciously contextualize images around us. Fullstop has been invited to present an iteration of this work at RAWdance's Yerba Buena Garden Festival on July 23rd.
PLUS! Join Fullstop Dance at City Dance on Saturday, June 4th for the film premiere of FRAMED and an evening of drinks and dance. Purchase tickets here.
FRAMED, a trio, was created over the first year and a half of the pandemic. The piece was built as a response to our individual ability and responsibility to support the people we’re in close relationship with. It explores how we process and experience being a friend, partner, and supporter to the ecosystem of people in our lives, and the tumultuous journey of reevaluating our position over and over and over again.
Thank you for supporting Fullstop Dance and arts in the Bay Area. We hope to see you in person very soon!
(Background Image and Image Gallery Photos: Fullstop Dancers Photo credit: Bram De Martelaere)