Love Stories & Glove Story
Four short stories of love (and loss) followed by “Glove Story,” an unusual and entertaining work by Oren Shkedy, choreographed by renowned Israeli choreographer Dana Ruttenberg exploring the notion of personal space and its boundaries.
Co-presented by The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
Friday, November 7, 2014 | 7:00 pmBrava Theater Center, 2781 24th Street, San Francisco
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Director: Stephanie Salts
Choreographer: Stephanie Salts What if your shoes could tell your story for you?
Director: William Lü
Choreographer: William Lü
View Trailer “Still” tells a story about love, longing, and loss. Disjointed dialogues, empty embraces, and opposing desires impede the young man’s waking hours as he struggles to come to terms with their reality.
Director: Andrew Morgan
Choreographer: Kent Boyd
View Trailer A story about You and Me, before and after love.
Director: Harm Weistra
Choreographer: Fernando Dominguez
View Trailer “Intrinsic Moral Evil” seems to be a tale of identity and coming of age. But above all, the dancers play a game with the viewer’s perception: is it a memory, a dream? Is it about losing friendship? The layered story invites the audience to make its own interpretation.
Director: Oren Shkedy
Choreographer: Dana Ruttenberg
View Trailer “Glove Story” explores the notion of personal space and the all-too-often invasion into it. What are the psychological, physical and social repercussions of treating borders as mere suggestions? This question echoes more strongly in the political climate of the Middle East and of our times.