Whoa! June kicked-off with a festive whirlwind weekend of shows! Arts Festival, Pride Party, Finals, Wellness Workshop… Continue reading June! Whoa! – Voguing with a legend, Performing with peacocks
May is for Labor Marches and hard work, for Mother’s Day and birthing movements, for May Baskets and the magic of giving and receiving anonymous beauty.
And, it’s the beginning of the summer festival season!
Continue reading In Honor of Mothers of Music and Movements — Commit Radical Acts of Beauty
Wow! What a rush these first couple months of 2017 have been! January On the eve of the Women’s March on Washington, Natalia Zukerman invited me to perform at the Sisterhood In Song concert. I danced to Anne Heaton’s poignant “Maybe It’s Peace” with Mona Tavakoli on cajon. (This song continues to be one I … Continue reading MARCH in celebration of women – Sisterhood in Song, at Sea, and in the Streets
I am fired up. I have been sad. I feel the remnant weights of loss. I have felt small and quiet. And, I am fired up. I am excited to create.
Maybe every time period feels like it’s the one most desperately in need of art, but it does seem urgent and important now. Continue reading The Year Ahead – Ready to Work
If you weren’t in the Bay Area last May, or otherwise missed the radio programs where Sarah discussed her Rocked By Women show, here are the links. Enjoy the “broadcasts”! “Open Air” KALW 91.7 FM (Aired 1pm, May 7, 2015. A 15-min interview in the weekly arts program. Listen to the whole program or jump … Continue reading KALW Radio Interviews 2015 “Open Air” & “Out In The Bay”
What a wonderful weekend of performances! Thank you for all your cheers and support! Here are some photos of the Rocked By Women show, taken by Molly DeCoudreaux. Enjoy! Dancers: Courtney Hope Armani, Audrey Borst, Shanise Dews, Margot Lena. Jeanette Jing Male, Nina Wu and Sarah Bush Photographs by Molly DeCoudreaux – Return to Photos … Continue reading Rocked By Women 2015 performance photos
(This article originally appeared in the print publication of The Monthly, May 2015 issue) The Monthly — May 2015 CRITIC’S CHOICE Rita Felciano Rock Out With Mom Sarah Bush has just the thing for a memorable Mother’s Day. There is something slightly icky, or sentimental, about Mother’s Day. Most of us may have difficulties finding … Continue reading Critic’s Choice – The Monthly 2015
Celebrate Mother’s Day with us. Free mimosa for moms! Have brunch at one of the many fabulous restaurants in the Lake Merritt, Downtown, Uptown neighborhoods, then come over to the Malonga Center for the Arts for a dance theater performance celebrating the women who rock us. Sunday 2pm show followed by panel discussion at 3:30. … Continue reading Celebrate Mother’s Day with us. Two for One tickets. Mimosa, dance, discussion
(This article originally appeared in the print publication of The East Bay Express) May 06, 2015 – Arts & Culture » Dance Rocked by Women Relives the Women’s Music Movement Choreographer Sarah Bush pays homage to powerful female voices through her personal story of coming out. Photo by Bert Johnson By Sarah Burke Sarah Bush … Continue reading Arts and Culture Feature – East Bay Express 2015
Rocked By Women This weekend. Join us! Oh my goodness!! We just did our first (nearly) full dance-thru of the show with props and it was SO GOOD! I am blown away by this cast of dancers and am feeling excited for the show! We’ve gotten some great press coverage — a photo across 2 … Continue reading Rocked By Women is this weekend!