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photo by Nir Arieli

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

in collaboration with the performers

Performers: Kira Fargas, Tushrik Fredericks, Dominica Greene,

Dasol Kim, Rebecca Margolick, Hadassah Perry, Chuck Wilt

Drag queen & live cellist/pianist: Rose Nylons

Costumes by Caitlin Taylor, Idel Dorleans and Rose Nylons

Rehearsal Directors: Jennifer Payan and Rebecca Margolick

Dramaturgy by: Dominica Greene

Lighting Design by: Del Medoff

Music by: Donna Summer, Sylvester, DJ Koze/Nils Frahm,

Julia Wolfe/Matthew Welch, Rose Nylons, Michael Nyman

Grass is Green was co-commissioned by The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center for its world premiere in 2022 and had its NY premiere at the 92Y Harkness Mainstage Series. Grass is Green was created with support as an Artist in Residence at the 92nd St. Y's Harkness Dance Center, as an Artist in Residence at Brooklyn College through the CUNY Dance Initiative and as an Artist in Residence at Berkeley Ballet Theatre. The work received additional support from Marta Miller's Certain Bird Residency in Vermont, KT Nelson's RoundAntennae Residency in San Francisco, LITVAKdance and Evolution Dance Center in San Diego and Westlake School for Performing Arts in Daly City.


Grass is Green was developed with the vital contributions of performers Hadassah Perry, Kira Fargas, Tushrik Fredericks, Dominica Greene, Dasol Kim, Rebecca Margolick, Courtney Mazeika, Alisya Razman Adam, Kyle Filley, Maxi Canion, Jamal Abrams, Babatunji Johnson, Jennifer Payán and Haley Williams.

The SF Premiere of Grass is Green was made possible with support from :

Matrice Kirk, Robert Perry & Christopher Newell

A huge thank you to these amazing patrons of the arts.

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July 2, 2023

Performance of new works at BAMPFA,

curated by RoundAntennae

August 14-25, 2023

UNA's Summer Intensive


Photo by Whitney Browne
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