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Zoë Klein Productions

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Zoë Klein Productions presents Born, Never Asked. Feb 2-4, 2018 at Dance Mission Theater.


Zoë Klein Productions produces groundbreaking acrobatic dance performance that creates immediate, intimate, and visceral experiences around important questions in family making, identity and homeland. Born, Never Asked. is a full length new acrobatic dance work and gallery installation by choreographer, Zoë Klein, based on her life story being adopted as an infant from Colombia. Klein's cutting edge movement genre of aerials, acrobatics, and imagery delivers a visual feast along with deep meaning and complex emotions.   Klein asks how can one achieve wholeness with conflicting loyalties between lands, languages, families and cultures?