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ODC PILOT PROGRAM 62 PRESENTS: KINETOSCOPE ...THIS TIME WITH PICTURES

Kristin Torok
Kristin Torok
Ira Schrank

WHO: ODC PILOT PROGRAM 62, Including emerging artists, Erin Malley, Mary Mailhot, Minna Harri, Sophia Schrank, Caitlin Hafer, and Kristin Torok

WHAT: KINETOSCOPE...THIS TIME WITH PICTURES

WHEN: 8pm March 22nd & 23rd

WHERE: ODC Dance Commons, 3153 17th Street, San Francisco

WHY:

Pilot Program 62 features 6 rising dance film artists presenting dance films and live multi-media performances. Erin Malley, fresh from the previous Pilot series, presents her first dance film, Steadfast Body, Marshmallow Heart, about a legless, armless mannequin that attempts various dance classes in the Bay Area. Mary Mailhot, a transplant from New York, debuts a new film and live performance, Subject to Change, a piece about how the architecture of sound, space and visual stimulation riles the senses and can alter or heighten perception. Minna Harri, features two juxtaposed dance films in y...ourself that explore the complications of both being an individual and part of a group. Harri is known as a mover and shaker in the Bay Area experimental scene. In her first dance for camera, writer, director, and choreographer Sophia Schrank creates a psychological joy ride from the bleakness of her subject’s reality to the depths of her most beautiful dreams in Animals in the Mirror. Based on a True Story, a film and live dance by Caitlin Hafer, examines the expectations we place on ourselves to meet society’s standards. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Hafer creates and produces her own work in the Bay Area and dances with Here Now Dance Collective. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, choreographer Kristin Torok integrates film and live performance to examine the collage of memories which are bound by the spaces we inhabit and create the context of our lives in House.

TICKETS: $15.00 – Available online at http://www.odctheater.org or 415.863.9834

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