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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Kunst-Stoff review and photos

The Kunst-Stoff show at Yerba Buena Forum was a big success - every night was different and the dancers made interpretive and improvisatory virtue out of some shocking necessities, for example legs spontaneously flying off the table that's a crucial prop throughout the second piece. The Chronicle review was positive; I feel immeasurably about it.

Here are some photos I took at the dress:

And after the show -

Yale classmate and Apparition of the Eternal Church star Manoel Felciano, now appearing in Albee's At Home at the Zoo at ACT (Chronicle review); Mano's French American International School classmate and my Lowell High School classmate Nat Stookey, who arranged the Schnittke choir concerto movement ("I, an expert in human passions") that I played on solo violin. Clothes and make-up by Suppositori Spelling.

With Kunst-Stoff jack-of-all-trades Keira Chang (a.k.a. Spatial K) and Justin Andrews.

With San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra fellow alumnus Rob Bailis, now director of ODC Theater, who in the past year has become my artistic fairy godmother, coproducing the big Messiaen night in Grace Cathedral and hooking me up with a three year ODC residency and this Yerba Buena gig. Also pictured: Rob's folks.

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