30 Sept 2021

Flyaway Productions


Thank you for your support of Flyaway Productions!
Read about the creation of 
Meet Us Quickly With Your Mercy
as documented by Life as a Modern Dancer
"In 2018, Jo put out a call for a Black change-maker interested in engaging with a Jewish artist about racial justice and prison abolition. Rahsaan responded. In the more than 2 years we’ve been in collaboration, we’ve written 45 letters, sat down together over vending machine meals  in San Quentin’s visiting room twice, and shared over 100 phone calls. We are different from each other. Black and White, Muslim and Jewish (though our religious practices are only lightly etched), Male and Female. Incarcerated and Free. Writer and Choreographer."
- Jo Kreiter and Rahsaan Thomas
Read More in Life as a Modern Dancer

Save the date for our
Free Outdoor Performances!

October 14-17, 2021
Thurs. through Sat. 7PM & 8:30PM (2 shows a night)
+ Sat. 5PM matinee
Sun. 7PM only

80 Turk Street, San Francisco, California

Reserve Free Tickets for "Meet Us Quickly"
Visit this art show
Meet Us Quickly: Painting for Justice from Prison
as part of our production

October 14-17, 2021


"Prison Renaissance, a non-profit created on a prison yard, launched a program in 2020 called Empowerment Avenue that is aimed at empowering incarcerated artists. PR helps them earn a living through their art, get their voices included in conversations about social justice and connect them to society. This show teams up with Flyaway Productions. Thirteen San Quentin artists' paintings and prints created to end mass incarceration are featured on the walls of Counterpulse’s lobby from October 14–October 17, 2021.  Come see the art before or after the show runs."
- Guest Curator Rahsaan Thomas
*Note: This art show is supported by COVID safety measures that limit the gallery space to 20 viewers.
Flyaway receives a
2021 National Dance Project Production Grant Award

We are honored to be among such insightful artists.
Check Out the NDP Awards
Check out the poems of
GIRLFLY in the Gardens
in the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper!

"This year’s GIRLFLY in the Gardens was built around the three key ideas of “Land, Belonging and Racial Justice.” As young women and non-binary people moving through the world, it can be hard to claim a sense of belonging, particularly in public spaces mired in racial injustice."
- Nube Brown
Read More in the SF Bay View
Flyaway welcomes 
Conni McKenzie
to our Board of Directors
Conni came to us an intern for GIRLFLY and is now joining our wise counsel, to support the growth of our artist as activist programming. Conni is a multidisciplinary artist and the Founder of CMCK Foundation.
Photo Credits: 1) RJ Muna of Bianca Cabrera; 2) Austin Forbord of Clarissa Dyas; 3) Vitali Kononov of GIRLFLY 2021; 4) Thatcher of Connie McKenzie
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