by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsFilipinos for Affirmative Action collaborating with Pearl Ubungen and Joey Ayalato create Tagulaylay/The Presidio, a large-scale, site-specific work about the Philippine-American war, which premiered in Tennessee Valley at the San Francisco Presidio.
by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsIntersection for the Arts, collaborating with Marcus Shelby, Val Hendrickson, and Reginald-Ray Savage to create an original, musical adaptation of The Lights by Howard Korder.
by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsJon Sims Center for the Performing Arts collaborating with composer/librettist Carla Lucero to create Wuornos, a two-act opera based on the life story of lesbian Aileen Wuornos, a serial killer on death row in Florida.
by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsOakland Ballet Association collaborating with composer and percussionist John Santos and choreographer Robert Moses to create a new work based on the Danzón tradition from Cuba.
by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsProject Bandaloop, vocal artists David Worm and SoVoSo, and sculptor/climber Lawrence LaBianca collaborating to create a new piece uniting a capella singing, aerial and vertical dance, and sculpture.
by Frances Phillips | Jun 6, 2000 | 2000, Performing ArtsTinker’s Workshop and Nick Bertoni (New Langton Arts, fiscal sponsor) collaborating with composer Laeticia Sonami and East Bay teenagers on The BAGS Project, an interactive, musical environment in which animated kinetic bags, activated by the public, reveal...