Action Taking & Situatedness: Forsythe Working Methods with Nicole Peisl
FACT/SF Repertory & Business of Dance with Charles Slender-White
The FACT/SF Summer Dance Lab 2015 is a unique and integrated introduction to the most cutting-edge and practical approaches to contemporary dance training. The Dance Lab offers Countertechnique, Forsythe Working Methods, and FACT/SF Repertory as points of departure for inquiry, discovery, and discussion. This year’s Dance Lab will also feature a section on professional development, Business of Dance, led by FACT/SF’s Artistic Director, Charles Slender-White.
FACT/SF is making a real impact on society and the field. Our collaborators are compensated, our audiences are engaged, and our reach is far. FACT/SF’s future is bright, and made possible by your commitment to our shared vision.
Relief, May 2015
Photo by Robbie Sweeny
Open Source & Stepset Shift, November 2014
Photo by Kegan Marling
Invidious, April 2014
Invidious looks at the deranged, disoriented, and broken components of American identity, at the destabilizing conflicts that lie just beneath each of our shiny exteriors. An intimate 50-minute dance-theater immersion, Invidious will be performed by 6 dancers inside a private residence in San Francisco’s Mission District.
Over 7 weeks, we gave 9 performances, taught 36 master classes, presented 3 lectures on contemporary dance, and created 2 new works. We traversed over 6,000 miles and two continents to share our work with thousands of dancers, artists, and members of the public in 7 different Russian cities.