End of her Rope
May 11-12, 8pm: End of Her Rope, at Dance Mission
May 12, 2018
San Francisco, CA
Dance Brigade's Dance Mission Theater, 3316, 24th Street

I created music for the piece “Don’t Grab”! in:

Piñata45: The End of Her Rope
A Multi-Media Dance Theater Production
Co-Presented by
Piñata Dance Collective & Dance Mission Theater

Artistic Director: Liz Duran Boubion
www.lizboubion.org

Written and danced by members of the Piñata Dance Collective (AKA the PussyFleet):
Liz Duran Boubion
Issachar Curbeeon
Andreina Maldonado
Dominique Nigro
Kristen Rulifson
Ronja Ver

Cameo appearances by Scott Wells, Cesar Soto and Kyle Her
Directorial assistant for Piñata Humana: Zoe Klein

Music for #DontGrab by David Molina
and
Live Music for the Miss Universe Pageant on uneven ground by Chelsea Kirby (http://www.soundcloud.com/arulamusic)

Come this May, stories of survival in the realm of the female body politic will be articulated through contemporary dance, a grotesque-burlesque, a human piñata on a bungee and a Miss Universe contest turned inside-out.
+Re-possessed rituals of the Latinx Diaspora
+The reflection of racism in the mirror of an African American child with body dysmorphia.
+Fatalities of Beauty and cosmetic surgery
+Domestic Violence and the #MeToo Movement.
+Rape culture in the trump era
+And something real about the limits of hyper-masculinity

***Ages 14 and up!

Please support the resilience and fragility of women in dance. The undertaking of high production is one of the grandest contributions to culture and consciousness we do. The cost is high on every level. -financial -emotional -physical -mental…and the returns are immeasurable. We dive deep and can’t do it without you!

Donations are gratefully accepted: paypal.me/LizBoubion
or https://www.gofundme.com/endofherrope

Donate, purchase tickets, and share with social media. Muchas gracias por su generoso apoyo!

Supported by Dance Mission Theater, Zellerbach Foundation, Monkey Yoga Shala, and individuals donations. Fiscally sponsored by Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.