They have costumed characters that provide magic, face painting, balloon creations, henna, games, music/sing-a-longs, parachute play and more, for kid's parties and corporate events in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Performs in Austria, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, France, Hungary, Macedonia, Portugal, Slovakia, Venezuela, and the United States. The company is produced annually in New York by such venues as Danspace Project, Dance Theater Workshop and Symphony Space. (San Diego, CA, USA)
A contemporary dance group with an unusual body of dancers, some of whom are disabled. Their work is recognized internationally. (Oakland, CA, USA)
A Los Angeles chamber modern dance company whose work ranges from the elegant and abstract to the gutsy and emotionally potent.
A group of interdisciplinary movement artists that accumulate energy from technologically impacted culture and release it through innovative, multi-sensory performances. (San Francisco)
Modern dance company in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A group of dancers, artists, and musicians, directed by Sara Shelton Mann. (Northern California)
A post-modern dance - theater company based in the San Francisco Bay Area that collides raw, emotionally-driven, athletic and lyrical movement with theatrical scenes and gesture to explore the essence of what it is to be alive.
The magic of dance, to transport, to exhilarate, to touch on the deepest level of our being. (Santa Monica, CA)
A collective of fire dancers, eaters, and breathers based in the San Francisco Bay area.
Southern California company that makes use of discussion and improvisation during rehearsal to explore in depth the dance at hand.
Hysterica Dance - official website for hysterica dance company, award winning Los Angeles based contemporary dance company - schedule, bios, collaborators, press links...
San Francisco, CA
Innovative company promotes modern dance in San Diego through performance, artist mentorship, educational outreach, cross-border US/Mexico collaborations, summer workshops, classes, tours. Bios, schedule, history. Non-profit 501 (c)3.
Aims to captivate and provoke the audience by igniting personal emotions within each viewer. (San Francisco, CA)
A modern dance company based in San Francisco, has earned a reputation for vibrant, abstract pieces crafted from movement and steps that traverse broad areas. The company's works are replete with images both abstract and personal; technical precision and heightened physicality underscore the dances.
Contemporary dance performance ensemble based in downtown Los Angeles, California, USA
A non-profit dance organization composed of two professional companies, Louise Reichlin and Dancers (modern) and Zapped Taps/Alfred Desio (tap).
A Modern/Contemporary dance company lead by John Malashock. (California, USA)
Web site detailing the activities and performances of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company from San Francisco, CA.
Contemporary San Jose group emphasizing innovation and emerging local talent since 1981.
Dedicated to the creation and presentation of new work that reflects the artistic vision of director/choreographer Nancy Karp. (San Francisco)
Nesting Dolls, San Francisco's punk-lyric contemporary dance company, is a "stirring fusion of aggressive attack and strong technical lyricism." (SF Bay Guardian)
Nguyen Dance Company (NDC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The company's signature style blends contemporary elements with traditional Vietnamese aesthetics. Located in Oakland, California.
San Francisco's premier modern dance company.
Paufve | dance is a modern dance company based in Oakland, California under the artistic direction of choreographer Randee Paufve, with choreography which communicates through the language of the body, viscerally and intuitively connecting to other human beings.
Abstract comedy with no malice or agenda, and their satirical dances point up universal human (or non-human) foibles. (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Cherie Carson offers site-specific dance works using a variety of props. (Berkeley, CA)
Hollywood dance/theatre company. (California)
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