Wednesday, October 13, 2010

JumpStart, 2x3 Project

2x3 will be shown as part of Program E for the ODC JumpStart party. Program E begins at 7:10pm and has been curated by Ian Winters of Milkbar.

Trolley Dance: 2x3 Project

Live version of 2x3 Project: Duboce Bus Stop
Choreography: Christine Bonansea

Performers improvisers:

Rosemary Hannon
Aaron Jessup
Maica Folch
Vitali Kononov

Saturday and Sunday, October 16-17, 2010

Tours leave from the Harvey Milk Center for Recreational Arts at Duboce Park (Scott Street & Duboce Avenue). Tours travel Park to Park on the N Judah MUNI/Metro from Duboce Park to the SF Botanical Garden at Golden Gate Park.

1.5-2 hour guided tours leave every 45 minutes between 11:00 a.m.-2:45 p.m.

Free with a MUNI fast pass or with regular fare: $2.00 for general fare or $.75 for children under 4, seniors, and persons with disabilities


* Epiphany Productions SDT
* Joe Goode Performance Group
* Sara Shelton Mann
* Ensohza Minyoshu
* Christine Bonansea 2x3 Project
* Sunset Chinese Folk Dance Group


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> performer/choreographer/dancer/filmmaker. After 3 years at the University of La Sorbonne (France), she graduated in modern dance from a French National Dance School and trained in three major French Choreographic Dance Centers (Regine Chopinot –La Rochelle, Catherine Diverres -Rennes and Mathide Monnier-Montpellier), she started an international dancer career in France, Switzerland and USA. She explored diverse arts and performing techniques over the last 10 years as contact-improvisation dance, acting, clown, video, graphics. Back to San Francisco in 2006, she dances with Emspace dance, HuckabayMcAllister Dance, Lisa Townsend Company, Paige Starling Sorvillo/blindsight, Epiphany Productions, Kelly Kemp &company, PunkkiCo company, Catherine Galasso, Dance Monks, Christy Funch, Avy K productions, La ALTERNATIA. She’s acted in several videos/films as an actor/dancer and developed her own video dance projects in collaboration with filmmaker and dancers in San Francisco (3x3)