D.I.R.T. Festival 2019: Dance In Revolt(ing) Times

March 9-17, 2019

Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th St, SF CA 94110

Standard/General: $22 in advance, $28 at the door
Students/Seniors (65+):  $20 in advance, $25 at the door
Supporter: $30
(Have a discount code? You can enter the code upon checkout.)

stormSURGE: The waters are rising… Climate change is the defining subject of our time. The 2019 festival features artists exploring ideas and concerns surrounding Global Warming and displacement as a result of environmental change, with a special focus on artists from island nations and frontline communities.

March 9-10 / Sat 8pm*, Sun 7pm
Patrick Makuakane / Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu (Sat only)
Boomshake Music (Sun only)
Tigre Bailando
Danza Contacto Puerto Rico
Sammay Dizon and Halau 'o Kawainuhi
Hien Huynh
Primera Generación
and guest poet Terisa Siagatonu (Sun only)

* Visiting from San Juan, PR, Danza Contacto Puerto Rico will be giving a special talk-back on the conditions in Puerto Rico post Hurricane Maria after the show on Saturday, March 9.

March 16-17 / Sat 8pm, Sun 7pm*
Chitresh Das Institute
Krissy Keefer / Dance Brigade
Chris Babingui
Kyle Limin
Kerensa DeMars
Bernard Brown (Sun only)

* Special pre-show performance by Javier Stell Fresquez 30 min before curtain Sat & Sun


March 17, 2pm (free!)
Free panel discussion and mini performance with
Jesselito Bie
Polina Smith
Bernard Brown
Keisha Turner and others!
Facilitated by Anne Bluethenthal

March 17, 3:30pm (Free!)
Free workshop with PODER on climate change at the Secret Garden (2710a Harrison Street at 23rd). *Note, in case of rain, workshop will be moved to Dance Mission. 

PODER is a grassroots environmental justice organization based in the Mission and Excelsior. PODER’s mission is to organize with Latino immigrant families and youth to put into practice people-powered solutions that are locally based, community led and environmentally just. .

Please note that there are no refunds or exchanges. Tickets must be picked up no later than 10 minutes prior to curtain.

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