© 2014 by Zoë Klein Productions

lein

roductions

Events

Womb Seed

A ritual, a celebration, an honoring of my womb seed...

Sun July 21, 2019 @ 3pm & 6pm

 

Womb Seed will be a piece performed within a showcase of 8 other artists in ...

Fog Fest: The Summer Choreographers Showcase

Dance Mission Theater  

3316 24th Street, SF

Choreographed by Zoë Klein

Performed by Zoë Klein and Xedex

Tickets: $15 Brown Paper Tix or at the door


 

Womb Seed: A Gallery Showing

An intimate visual and auditory exhibit

Sat & Sun July 27 & 28, 2019 @ 1-5pm

A Gallery Showing featuring my Belly Cast Series:

Plaster molds of my growing belly painted and decorated to share how an adoption identity sheds what it has to in order to make room for unknown territories of mothering, birthing, and a continuation of bloodline.


Gallery Location:

Carmen’s Studio

1237 Kains Ave Berkeley, CA

Come for viewing anytime between 1pm-5pm both days.

 

Free to Public

Born, Never Asked. @ Dance Mission Theater, SF

An acrobatic dance theater piece & art installation about international adoption

Fri & Sat Feb. 2-3 @ 8pm // Sun Feb. 4 @ 7pm

"Born, Never Asked." is a full length new work by choreographer, Zoë Klein, based on her story of adoption from Colombia. The ensemble of five includes immigrants from Mexico, Vietnam, Russia and Colombia.  The performers’ physicality is experienced through powerful partner lifts, multi-level suspensions, sculptural levers and inventive inversions.  Klein's cutting edge movement genre of aerials, acrobatics, and imagery delivers a visual feast along with deep meaning and complex emotions.  Klein asks: How can one achieve wholeness with conflicting loyalties between lands, languages, families and cultures?  

 

Enjoy pre-show interactive Gallery Installation and special Field Trip events facilitated by Adoption Museum Project.

Skin(s) in Duluth, MN

A dance piece & installation by Rosy Simas at The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)

February 15-16, 2018
Gimaajii Mino Bimaadiziyaan
The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)
202 W. 2nd Street Duluth, MN 55802

Skin(s) shares the beauty and diversity of how Native people identify and examines the contradictions, pride, joy, pain, and sorrow that arise out of our many dimensions of identity.  Skin(s) is a dance work, a visual arts exhibit, a film, and a web media project.  The Skin(s) dance explores what we hold, reveal, and perceive through our skin. The dance is housed within a paper environment with a surround sound score and moving images.

Directed by Rosy Simas (Seneca) with...

French composer François Richomme,

Ojibwe poet Heid E. Erdrich,

Lighting Designer Valerie Oliverio,

Ojibwe filmmaker Elizabeth Day

Performed by Zoë Klein, Lela Pierce, Rosy Simas, Sam Mitchell.

Skin(s) in Chicago, IL

A dance piece & installation by Rosy Simas at the City of Chicago Cultural Center

February 8-10, 2018

City of Chicago cultural Center @ 78 E Washington St, Chicago, IL

Skin(s) shares the beauty and diversity of how Native people identify and examines the contradictions, pride, joy, pain, and sorrow that arise out of our many dimensions of identity.  Skin(s) is a dance work, a visual arts exhibit, a film, and a web media project.  The Skin(s) dance explores what we hold, reveal, and perceive through our skin. The dance is housed within a paper environment with a surround sound score and moving images.

Directed by Rosy Simas (Seneca) with...

French composer François Richomme,

Ojibwe poet Heid E. Erdrich,

Lighting Designer Valerie Oliverio,

Ojibwe filmmaker Elizabeth Day

Performed by Zoë Klein, Lela Pierce, Rosy Simas, Taja Wills.

FLACC 2017: Rest/Unrest

​The 4th Annual Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers

Nov. 10 @ 8pm, 11 @ 8pm, 12 @ 6pm 2017

 

For the last 4 years, FLACC has been breaking through the Bay Area’s dance scene with an exhilarating array of multi-media dance-theater performances celebrating over 30 local and visiting Chicano/Latino and Indigenous choreographers from the U.S. and Latin America.   

 

This festival theme for 2017, “REST/UNREST”, which was conceived by one of FLACC’s rotating curators (Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz), is intended to support communities who are directly impacted by current xenophobic, sexist, and anti-LGBTQQI policies.   The theme will highlight the varied strategies that Latina/o/x and Native choreographers use to regain their energy in the company of each other, to take care of each other in the face of oppression, and to acknowledge the people and places that have been lost due to police state violence and the silencing of our community members.

Featuring: Zoë Klein Productions, Piñata Dance Collective, Violeta Lua, etc...

1 / 2

Please reload