The Right to be Believed will give spectacular language to a serious sociopolitical issue that has not been carefully examined since Anita Hill challenged Justice Clarence Thomas in 1991. It will claim public space as a proving ground for women to be taken seriously in the nation’s collective imagination.
Concept and Choreography by: Jo Kreiter Music by: FR333 (MADlines and XOA) Photo Journalism by: Lynn Johnson Design by: Karl Gillick Brought to Life by Dancers: Bianca Cabrera, Sonsherée Giles, MaryStarr Hope, Yayoi Kambara, Megan Lowe, and Sonia Smith Supported by: UC Hastings and the Center for Work Life Law
JOIN US AT THE IZZIES! Flyaway is honored to be nominated for an IZZY award in Visual Design. Congrats to Sean Riley, Miranda Caroligne, Jo Kreiter, and Matthew Antaky for their nomination, and to all the IZZY Nominees this year. Join us at the Award Ceremony March 27, 2017, at Brava Theater Center, 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110. This is a free event, and it is open to the public. The doors open at 6 pm. For more info: CLICK HERE!
CHECK OUT KIDFLY!
Flyaway’s KIDFLY program has a new residency at Visitacion Valley Elementary School in San Francisco. On Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 5:15-5:30pm, we will conclude the residency with an original performance of Swooping and Diving: Dances for Ikarus Jackson inspired by the book WINGS, by Christopher Meyer. The residency is part of our page to stage series of dances for youth, in which we are committed to featuring books by artists of color. For more info: CLICK HERE!
APPLY TO GIRLFLY! Do you like to dance? Are you a teen girl? Are you interested in social justice? GIRLFLY is the summer job for you! GIRLFLY brings together young women from July 5 - July 29, 2017 to create original dances, write about social justice, earn $500, and perform in a neighborhood garden. To apply now, CLICK HERE!
PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP! We are seeking a college age intern to support Flyaway's youth arts program. We want to work with a dance artist who is interested in the intersection of performance and community empowerment. The internship includes administrative, artistic and interpersonal input into the program. The dates are July 5 - July 29, 2017. Stipend Paid. For more info, CLICK HERE!