Final Day: “95 Rituals” inkBoat Experimental Dance Theater | Hyde St Pier
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Hyde Street Pier | Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco, CA
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Saturday, July 11, 2015
96th Ritual for Anna Halprin Exhibit | Oakland
“Ritual is another word that needs a new definition… Ritual, as I use the term, refers to an artistic process by which people gather and unify themselves in order to confront the challenges of their existence.” ~ Anna Halprin
95 Rituals culminate in a series of free performances at Hyde Street Pier and the surrounding area from Tuesday-Saturday, July 7-11, from 5-8 pm.
No two showings the same; audience can come and go, or stay for the entire event. The Hyde Street Pier normally closes at 5 pm and will stay open late for the free 95 Rituals performances.
Performed by inkboat: Yuko Kaseki, Sten Rudstrøm, Heekyung Cho, Joshua Kohl, Crow Nishimura, Dohee Lee, Dana Iova-Koga, Suki O’Kane, Shinichi Iova-Koga and Sherwood Chen; Guest performers: Rova Saxophone Quartet, Oguri and Roxanne Steinberg; Direction: Shinichi Iova-Koga.
How to Get There
Public Transit: There are several MUNI lines to get to the Pier: #19 Polk, #30 Stockton, #42 Downtown Loop, #47 Van Ness/Potrero, #49 Van Ness/Mission, F Market Historic Streetcar, Powell-Hyde Street Cable Car
Biking: Bike racks are located to the left of the Bathhouse Building entrance (on Beach Street), and near the Maritime Research Center & Headquarters Building (Building E, Fort Mason Center)
Driving: If you are driving and use Doyle Drive to get into San Francisco, be aware that Doyle Drive will be closed from July 9-13. You can find details and suggested detours here. We recommend allowing time for traffic, or taking public transit, if possible.
Parking near Hyde Street Pier: There is metered street parking and garages and parking lots that charge various prices to park. Two garage options are the Ghirardelli Square Garage and the Hyde Beach Garage.
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