3 May 2024

Flyaway Productions

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Which Way Do You Face?

Upcoming Performance
Which Way Do You Face When You Mourn for the Dead?

May 11, 2024 | Saturday at 1PM 

Ferry Building Plaza | San Francisco

A Mother’s Day Intervention and Performance by Flyaway Productions 

With MegaMouth Rebels for Peace & Justice in Palestine

Featuring guest artists Becca Dean, Clairy Evangelo, Liz Ozol, Meche Perez, Carol Lloyd, Ai Yin Adelski, Helen Wicks, and more…

This is a Free Event open to all; no tickets or reservations required

SF Aerial Arts Festival
Jane Can You?

Open Rehearsals:
June 17-28 | 
Mon-Fri, 4:30-8PM

August 17-18 | Sat + Sun, times TBD

Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
Flyaway will be in residence with open rehearsals at one of Fort Mason’s outdoor fire escapes. Flyaway has been commission to create a site-specific dance for the biennial San Francisco Aerial Arts Festival presented by ZACCHO Dance Theatre. 

Featuring Dancers: Laura Ellis, Jhia Jackson and natalia shoaf 

Music by: Xoa Asa

Tickets and Festival Information coming soon at ZACCHO Dance Theatre

There are a few spots left for GIRLS and GNC youth age 14-19 in this paid summer job
Apply to GIRLFLY 2024!

In 2024, GIRLFLY will return to the Tenderloin and CounterPulse in San Francisco, where we’ll explore the intersections between gender justice and living unhoused. The curriculum will combine aerial dance making via suspended steel beds and performance with an activist curriculum that explores current solutions to housing shortages. For this year’s program we will create aerial dances in a professional studio theater. We will also create a cooperative writing project—a recipe book for housing solutions. No prior arts experience is required. Plus, Earn $500!

Program Dates: July 1-25, 2024
Mondays - Thurs, 10:00AM -3:00PM

2 Performances: July 24 and 25, 2024
Shows are at 7PM

Location: CounterPulse
80 Turk St, San Francisco, CA

GIRLFLY welcomes interns Ai Yin Adelski and Ella Banchiere to the 2024 program!

Apply to GIRLFLY
Jo Kreiter in IN DANCE
My Father’s Swimming Pool

"People describe swimming and tennis as lifelong sports. I think of contact improvisation this way as well. Maybe not so much the sports part, as CI lives in my body as an artistic practice. But its physicality will, I hope, ease me down the elders’ road in my next few decades."
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Flyaway Recommends:

San Francisco International Arts Festival

May 1-12
Multiple Dates/Times and Locations

SFIAF presents the work of innovative artists from the Bay Area and around the world; many of the international artists make their US debut at the Festival. From 2003-23, SFIAF and more than 100 presenting partners have coordinated, presented and/or produced performances by over 600 arts ensembles from United States and 60 other countries, and presented hundreds of educational and community engagement  activities with diverse communities.

Get More Info on SFIAF

Zaccho Dance Theatre
The People’s Palace

May 9, 10, & 12
Thu/Fri/Sun | 8-10:30PM (30min cylcles)

San Francisco City Hall
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl, San Francisco

Aerialists and performers will interact with the architecture and large scale projections, transforming Beaux-Arts Roman and Greek iconographyinto new, more inclusive narratives that more accurately reflect San Francisco’s diverse and dynamic cultures and community. Through performance, music, storytelling, and immersive technologies, The People’s Palace invites the audience to actively engage these new narratives, to see themselves within the broader context of the city, and to appreciate the richness of diverse perspectives.

Get Tickets to see Zaccho

Megan Lowe Dances
Just a Shadow

May 31 - June 9
Fri/Sat/Sun at 7:30pm

Joe Goode Annex
401 Alabama Street, San Francisco

A performance journey in service to artists who have lost loved ones prematurely. This project aspires to nourish the soul, support healing, acknowledge resilience, celebrate life, and honor the memories of loved ones. Through dance performance, MLD aims to provide a platform for catharsis, empathy, and collective understanding, fostering connections that transcend individual stories and unite us in a shared journey toward solace and healing.

Get Tickets to see MLD
1) Brooke Anderson of Jhia Jackson, SonsherĂ©e Giles, and natalya shoaf in If I Give You My Sorrows - 2023; 2) Austin Forbord of Becca Dean in Give a Woman a Lift - 2013; 3) Jack Beuttler of Jhia Jackson If I Give You My Sorrows - 2023; 4) Brechin Flournoy of GIRLFLY 2023; 5) Suzanne Kreiter of Jo Kreiter's Father; 6) SF International Arts Festival; 7) Zaccho Dance Theater; 8) RJ Muna of Megan Lowe and Shira Yaziv for Megan Lowe Dance's Just a Shadow - 2024
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