DANCING SOLO TOGETHER
July 23 – September 3, 2020
Laguna Dance Festival presents a series of free live dance solos. Professional dance artists from across the country perform for shoppers, diners, and pedestrians. The site-specific presentations will take place at The Promenade on Forest every Thursday, July 16-September 3rd, 7:00pm-8:30pm.
Each performance is unique, highlighting solo dancers and their creative work. The dance presentations are intended to enhance the artistic experience embedded in the Laguna Beach life style, by offering dynamic and thought provoking dance performances, while practicing social distancing and promoting health and safety of all guests on The Promenade on Forest.
Each performance is unique, highlighting solo dancers and their creative work. The dance presentations are intended to enhance the artistic experience embedded in the Laguna Beach life style, by offering dynamic and thought provoking dance performances.
Please Donate to Support our Dancers
During COVID-19, we have continued to provide jobs for these talented artists who are being hit very hard by the cancellations of live events. Please help us continue to support these deserving dancers, so they can bring joy to all of us. We appreciate your donations.
August 27th performance features:
Rachel Walton has performed with Kybele Dance Theater, Psychopomp Dance Theater, Traverse City Dance Project, has signed with Go2 Talent Agency, and has worked as a teaching assistant for Saleemah E. Knight. Additionally, Ms. Walton worked collaboratively with William Forsythe in Germany on a multi-disciplinary project. Read more here.
A native of Dallas, Texas, Amaria Stern is a recent graduate of the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. An aspiring educator with an interest in ethnographic research, she works to create spaces for artists to explore the intersections of art, culture, and spirituality. As her work deals especially with the movement traditions of the African diaspora, Amaria aims to facilitate environments that emphasize the importance of community and cultural exchange through interdisciplinary collaboration, conversation, and performance. Read more here.
Upon graduating in May of 2020, Alyssa produced a social distanced performance for the Yuma community and also received a choreographic residency with Utah Metropolitan Ballet for their upcoming season. She investigated her curiosities in the duality between dancer and choreographer while working on her BFA at the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance under mentorship of William Forsythe, Jodie Gates, d’Sabela Grimes and Bret Easterling. Hybridity within dance styles, musicality and artistic expression continue to greatly influence her desire to create in order to further understand human connection. Read more here.
Thursday, August 27 – 7:15-8:30 PM
The Promenade on Forest
SKILL LEVEL + PRICE
FREE or consider making a donation!