Joe Landini



Date and Time: Friday May 26, 9:30 PM | Saturday May 27, 9:30 PM | Sunday May 28, 8:30 PM
Duration: 40 minutes, no intermission
Location: Firehouse

Ticket Information

General Admission: $25
Children under 18: $12.50
Discounts: Full time students with ID and Seniors, $4 off cover price 
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Artist Info


JoeLandini-2-SFIAF-ABio.jpgPhotographer Lynne Fried

Joe Landini directs a new performance installation called sanctuary (IT WILL BE LOUD) featuring percussionist Joe Rayhbuck, videographer Mark McBeth and a cast of eight dancer/collaborators.

sanctuary (IT WILL BE LOUD) will incorporate elements of physical theatre and contemporary performance, shaped by Landini, who will use lighting, video and sound to create a 40 minute event that will physiologically challenge audiences. sanctuary (IT WILL LOUD).

In recent years Landini has created a series of full length movement installations, including Bitter Queen (The Garage, 2014) and led to the letting loose of everything (ODC Theater, 2015). sanctuary (IT WILL BE LOUD) is a continuation of these larger, performative installations that incorporate somatics and physical-theatre to create immersive environments for audiences to experience. Theatrical design is an integral part of the work, elevating the audiences experience and creating performative gauntlets ...


Joe Landini is local choreographer / curator who received his BA from UC Irvine and his MA from Laban Centre (UK). He has been choreographing for thirty years and received the GOLDIE Award from the SF Bay Guardian in 2012. He founded SAFEhouse Arts (Saving Art From Extinction) in 2004 and produces the West Wave Dance Festival, SPF (summer performance festival) and RAW (resident artist workshop).


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