Alma Esperanza Cunningham Movement
She Went/Between Mars and Jupiter (World Premiere)
Date and Time: Friday May 26, 7:00PM | Saturday May 27 2:00 PM | Sunday May 28 5:30 PM
Duration: 60 minutes, no intermission
General Admission: $25
Children under 18: $12.50
Discounts: Full time students with ID and Seniors, $4 off cover price
Limited early bird tickets available until March 31 from $12.50
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Between Mars and Jupiter features a prominent roster of powerful female choreographers and artists that include Aura Fischbeck, Maureen Whiting, Maxine Moerman, Ronja Ver, Leigh Riley, Caitlin Daly and Keryn Breiterman-Loader under the direction of Alma Esperanza Cunningham. Each artist is spotlighted in a dynamic solo made in collaboration with Cunningham. This powerful group of smart and fierce artists will challenge audiences with wit and skill. Cunningham has also partnered with sound and installation designer Daniel Konhauser to create an entirely unique and memorable experience.
ARTIST BIOSAlma Esperanza Cunningham integrates her life experiences and those of her collaborators to create work that is human and unpredictable. The body transforms and anything can happen. She deconstructs what we know to be dance into a ritualistic physiological experience that is shared between performer and audience.
Her work has been presented at Dixon Place, Movement Research at Judson Church, Dance Theater Workshop’s Fresh Tracks. After moving back to San Francisco from New York, she formed her company Alma Esperanza Cunningham Movement (AECM). Alma has been an Artist in Residence at ODC, Jon Sims Center for the Arts, and in 2004/05, she partnered with Robert Moses in CHIME (Choreographers inMentorship Exchange), a program of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. Alma was the recipient of a 2004 GOLDIE (SF Bay Guardian’s Outstanding Local Discovery) award. In 2007, after giving birth to her daughter, she took a 5 year break from making and watching dance and in 2013 started back with a focus on female solos that have informed her current work.