Summer Dance Magic with "He Moved Swiftly..." performances in San Francisco
I am doing video work for Amara Tabor-Smith's summer project, "He Moved Swiftly But Gently Down the Not Too Crowded Street: Ed Mock and Other True Tales In a City that Once Was..."
The performers will be (as Amara says) "conjuring" San Francisco and its inhabitants from a time when it was--what--it--was when Ed Mock lived. I attended one rehearsal to create the promotional video below, and I must tell you...this piece is going to be a powerful force of movement, history, and spirit. The spirit of dance, and the spirit of a city that is changing still to this day. The performances will feature music by Dr. Anthony Brown and poetry by Marvin K. White. If you want to travel in time, if you want to immerse yourself in a world with dancers, if you want to learn about Ed Mock and his contributions to dance in San Francisco----then you have to see this show! Join us for these wonderful free events.
Deep Waters Dance Theater: http://www.deepwatersdance.comDancer's Group: http://www.dancersgroup.org