HOMEcoming – Summer Highlights and upcoming shows

HOMEcoming… Often summer is different. For many of us we are fortunate enough to have breaks, to travel, to experience some big or small shifts in the routines of work and daily life. For some, summer marks the time between an old chapter and a new one. And then, September calls us back to task, calls us HOME.
Save the Date! for our evening-length show, HOMEward – Dec 9, 10, 16, 17. Continue reading HOMEcoming – Summer Highlights and upcoming shows

MARCH in celebration of women – Sisterhood in Song, at Sea, and in the Streets

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

SF Chronicle – “Dance production to take a journey through Oakland”

Dance production to take a journey through Oakland By Mary Ellen Hunt Published 4:48 pm, Tuesday, May 17, 2016 Photo: Lisa Harding Sarah Bush Dance Project presents This Land: Oakland. A paean to the beauty landscapes of Oakland is at the heart of “This Land: Oakland,” a new dance theater work that the Sarah Bush … Continue reading SF Chronicle – “Dance production to take a journey through Oakland”

Huffington Post – “In the Wilds of Oakland” 2016

This Land: Sarah Bush Dance Project in the Wilds of Oakland 02/17/2016 By Carla Escoda Dance, theatre and arts critic, based in San Francisco. Former dancer, research scientist, and international investment banker. Sarah Bush (Photo: Lisa Harding) If you were rocked by the Sarah Bush Dance Project’s Rocked by Women – or have a sneaking … Continue reading Huffington Post – “In the Wilds of Oakland” 2016