Suspend Your Disbelief–Dance we see on stage can safely be assumed to have been created in a rehearsal space, but the security of an enclosed area—steady ground and solid vertical walls—is not enough for Sarah Bush. Continue reading SBDP in the News – The East Bay Monthly
Promo video from Irene Young for our upcoming show, Un-Changing Nature. Music Lillie Ruth Bussey. Dancers: Lydia Clinton, KJ Dahlaw. Continue reading Un-Changing Nature, video trailer
We are buoyed by the support of our community! Our Summer campaign raised $5,870. Of that amount $1,870 was above and beyond our original goal and will be matched! Continue reading Above and Beyond
By donating or sharing this campaign, you are championing artists and local economies and saying YES to the power of live performance as a means of bringing people together. Continue reading Summer Campaign is LIVE! — check out the video!
Happy Pride dear ones!
This artistic chapter of my life seems to be about working on multiple projects on different timelines… Continue reading Dancing in the streets — Happy Pride from SBDP!
SBDP’s 2018 year-end newsletter Continue reading Year. In. Re-View. 2018
SBDP’s 2018 Berkeley Art Center Residency, and matching-gift update. Continue reading Reflecting on a year without mirrors…
We are excited to be chosen as a Current Pick. Listen to an interview with Sarah Bush about the creative process of making Spirit & Bones. Continue reading Radio Interview – Wanda’s Picks
choreographer, Sarah Bush’s upcoming piece, Spirit & Bones, features an intergenerational cast of 15 dancers ranging in age from 23 to 71. Here, Sarah discusses her impetus, and two performers – Priscilla Regalado and Joan Lazarus – share their experiences. Continue reading Stance on Dance – Unearthing the Feminine Spirit Via Old and Young Bones