Read the review by Heather Desaulniers.

MASSES

 

What is the reality of being in a crowded world where, as Confucius stated, "excessive [population] growth may reduce output per worker, repress levels of living for the masses, and engender strife"?

 

Featuring 12 performers and choreography by Tanya Chianese, ka·nei·see | collective’s world premiere MASSES explores what it can feel like to live in an overpopulated urban world that desperately needs but sorely lacks compassion for the strangers among us.


Premiere: 

2nd Home Season

July 9-10, 2016

ODC Theater, San Francisco, CA

Choreography:

Tanya Chianese

Performers:

Hayley Bowman, Kelsey Gerber, Brittany Hernandez, Mallory Markham, Maddie Matuska, Amy McMurchie, Rebecca Morris, Linda Phung, Jessica Reis, Emma Salmon, Vera Schwegler, Oona Wong-Danders

 

Violinist: 

Lucia Petito

Lighting Design: 

Linda Baumgardner

Costume Design:

Tanya Chianese, Mallory Markham, Emma Salmon

Score:

Olafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm

Text: 

Dr. Daniel Goleman's 2007 TED Talk

 

© 2020 by ka·nei·see | collective - Photography by Rob Best, Robbie Sweeny

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