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2018 Bay Area Dance Week: Intergenerational Dance Workshop | SF

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Sunday, May 6, 2018 - 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm | Cost: FREE
USF Studio Theater on Lone Mountain | 2800 Turk Blvd.wet, San Francisco, CA



2018 Bay Area Dance Week | April 27 – May 6

Dancers’ Group is pleased to announce the 20th anniversary of Bay Area Dance Week, which will run April 27-May 6, 2018.

The annual 10-day festival features over 400 free events throughout the Bay Area. Take dance classes and watch free performances in a wide range of styles including Argentine tango, classical Indian, jazz, hip hop, ballet, traditional hula, fire dance, Samba, modern, Chinese classical, belly dance, aerial dance, West African, contact improvisation, and more.

> Complete Schedule of 2018 Free Events

Join Dance Generators, USF’s intergenerational performance company, for a lively workshop that engages participants in their signature dance/theater process. People of all ages are invited to explore memory through movement.

USF Intergenerational Dance
Sunday, May 6, 2018 | 3 to 5 pm
USF Studio Theater, 2800 Turk Blvd. Wet, SF
FREE

Practice improvisation and composition with a dynamic group of students, adults and elders from throughout the Bay Area. You can also catch a sneak peak of the company’s new work, and learn more about San Francisco’s premiere intergenerational performance ensemble. Come ready to move, collaborate and play.

Please note, this event is listed as free on the Bay Area Dance Week website, but we could not confirm the details on the event organizer’s website.


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