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Uncovered: The Diary Project with Sean Dorsey Dance
Date Friday January 30
Time 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
Dance Mission Theater (3316 24th Street @ Mission, SF)
Event Type Concert/Show
Organizer/AuthorSean Dorsey
EVENT: Uncovered: The Diary Project
WHO: Sean Dorsey Dance
DATES: Thursday-Sunday January 29-Feburary 1, 2009 (all shows 8pm)
LOCATION: Dance Mission Theater (3316 24th Street @ Mission, SF)
TICKETS: $15 (advance tickets recommended) http://www.brownpaperticket.com
BOX OFFICE: 415-273-4633
INFO: http://www.freshmeatproductions.org

Named Best Dance/Performance Company by the SF Weekly, Sean Dorsey returns with a stellar cast of dancers to chase the naked truth in Uncovered: The Diary Project. Using text from actual, real-life diaries, Uncovered’s powerful dances reveal lives and stories that history has tried to erase. Out spill diary secrets, bathhouse antics, outrageous love, pop idols, misadventures, impossible courage and the importance of documenting and sharing our history.

This highly anticipated concert is the culmination of a year-and-a-half long research process in which Dorsey uncovered and researched diaries of transgender and queer people – from the famous to the unknown. Uncovered features the world premiere of Lou, a suite of dances based on the lifelong journals of Lou Sullivan (1951-1991), a Bay Area transsexual gay man and pioneering activist; and the story of an imaginary boyhood based on a very real diary. Uncovered offers an evening of full-bodied, powerful dances honoring remarkable life stories. More info at: http://www.freshmeatproductions.org.

"the most imaginative and intriguing dance artist in the Bay Area" (Bay Area Reporter)
"breathtaking" (San Francisco Bay Guardian)
"exquisite…poignant and important" (BalletTanz)



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