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!
I can feel summer coming… can you? Long days, more sunshine and outdoor activities, summer fruits and barbeques, graduations, travel. There’s a spirit of play in the air… Continue reading Paths, Prairies, and Snakes, oh my!
What’s sparking joy in your life? Are there daffodils? Super blooms? Spring breaks? Family gatherings? New projects? New life?
Can I take a moment to share some of my joys with you? Continue reading Does it spark joy? Yes! Resilience, Rock Operas and upcoming events
We’re proud to announce that Sarah Bush has been awarded the Della Davidson Prize for 2019, which is given to innovators at the intersection of dance and theater. Continue reading PRESS RELEASE — Sarah Bush awarded Della Davidson Prize
Here in Oakland, amidst the rains and nearby floods, today there is sunshine, new green and blooms, the glimpses of spring.
February has felt full! I’ve been busy writing grants, applying for artist residencies, and delighting in research for various upcoming projects. Continue reading Gathering Histories + New Works
In 2019 SBDP will bring stories to life with a series of site-specific dances celebrating Oakland’s LGBTQ histories. Do you have a story to tell? Continue reading Stories of beauty and daring — Oral Histories Project
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…