Monday, April 30, 2018

San Francisco Ballet LGBTQ Nite Out

The San Francisco Ballet presents Nite Out on Friday May 4th inviting their biggest fans in our LGBTQ community to the arts event of the season, Unbound: A Festival of New Works. This will be their Unbound B Performance at the War Memorial Opera House 301 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco at 8P. Myles Thatcher’s narrative ballet is set to John Adams’ Absolute Jest that follows a protagonist in a rigidly divided society uncovering the beautifully complex individuality behind simplified labels. Cathy Marston takes inspiration from the doomed love triangle in Edith Wharton’s Ethan Frome, telling a story of repression, love & desperation. David Dawson contrasts the diverse talents of SF Ballet’s dancers with “physically emotional virtuosity” & music by Ezio Bosso. Then after the performance from 10P to 12A dance with DJ Will Magid & San Francisco Ballet dancers, plus enjoy a complimentary signature cocktail, light bites & a cash bar in the Dress Circle hosted by dancer/choreographer Myles Thatcher & dancer Solomon Golding. Nite Out is sure to be a night to remember. Tickets are just $88. Myles Thatcher SF Ballet Dancer/choreographer stated, “Choreographing allows me to look at dance differently. I’ve learned a lot about the intention of movement. New material comes up all of the time in my dancing & gives me more substance & input to work when I’m choreographing. Finding balance between the two [dancer & choreographer] is difficult, but they balance each other.” The Nite Out media sponsor is QUEERTY.
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