Premier Live Performances at WONDERSPACES
Jul
25
12:00 pm12:00

Premier Live Performances at WONDERSPACES

Join us for a special premiere event at Wonderspaces! Original, live music and dance performances inspired by the various exhibits will inhabit and interact with the art works, giving guests a unique Wonderspaces experience. Catch these pop-up performances throughout the day from Noon - 9pm.

Music performances by:
Hillary Jean Young, vocalist & composer
Mari Kawamura, pianist
Kristopher Apple, violinist & composer

Dances choreographed and performed by:
Erin Tracy
Dina Apple
April Tra
 


Vanguard Culture Avant Garde Costume Gala
Jul
22
6:00 pm18:00

Vanguard Culture Avant Garde Costume Gala

Dina Apple's new installation, Unspun: A Disclosure Enclosure, premiers at Vanguard Culture's Avant Garde Costume Gala, along with a new performance, Looming, by Dina Apple and Kyle Adam Blair with words by Lily Padilla. 

Make Music Day: Performances at the MOPA
Jun
21
12:00 pm12:00

Make Music Day: Performances at the MOPA

  • Museum of Photographic Arts

Make Music Day at the MOPA features music, dance, and video performances by Dina Apple, Kristopher Apple, Kyle Adam Blair, Katy Gilmore, and Anthony Vine. Guests are also invited to participate in a version of Pauline Oliveros's Tuning Meditation at noon.

Writing • Speaking • Dancing: Live Performances at the West Grove Collective
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

Writing • Speaking • Dancing: Live Performances at the West Grove Collective

  • West Grove Collective

Writing, Speaking, Dancing at the West Grove Collective is an evening of performance born from the desire to bring writers, readers, speakers, listeners, dancers, audiences and performers together in an informal setting that supports formal work.

May 6th performances & readings by:
Alicia Peterson-Baskel & Jennifer Oliver
Ariadna Sáenz
Aurora Lagattuta with Ian Isles, Lauren Jones, & Mari Kawamura
Erin Tracy
Mario Garcia
Sadie Weinberg & Lemoe Mataitusi
Sam Mitchell
Stephen Silke
Verónica Santiago Moniello & Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh

Curated and hosted by Alicia Peterson-Baskel, Dina Apple, Emily Aust, and Liam Clancy

Though It May Shift by Erin Tracy
Feb
2
Feb 4

Though It May Shift by Erin Tracy

  • Potiker Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse

Thu-Sat, Feb 2-4, 2017, 7:30pm, Sun Feb 5, 2pm

Sheila & Hughes Potiker Theatre, UCSD

General Admission: $20
UCSD Faculty/Staff/Alumni Association, and Seniors (over 62): $15

UCSD Students/UCSD Alumni Association (with ID): $10 

Though It May Shift is a dance and theatre work constructed of interwoven solos, simultaneous actions, and chance meetings. The piece is built collaboratively with a team of playwrights, musicians, and performers as it explores the coinciding intimacy and duality of solo structures in performance. The work makes space for the prismatic quality of identity while embracing its inconsistencies, aberrations, and incongruities. Though It May Shift investigates the intrinsic tension between the contrasting forces in language and movement, linear and nonlinear, simultaneous and singular. Ultimately, it posits that our perception of one another and what we actually know is perpetually building, one upon the other, to create fragments and suppositions that construct our relationships. 
Mar
16
4:00 pm16:00

GO WITH A LOOP

GO WITH A LOOP: MFA Winter 2016 Dance Making Seminar Showing

Performed by MFA Choreographers: Dina Apple, Emily Aust, Anne Gehman, Veronica Santiago, & Erin Tracy

Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 4pm, FREE

UCSD, Arthur Wagner Theatre, GH 157

Movement Scores by Eric Geiger

Including music by Phil Klein

Near Lifetimes
Jan
21
Jan 23

Near Lifetimes

Near Lifetimes, a choreography for audience, encourages all in attendance to ambulate, navigate, straight-up move and merrily-go-round, tune in or out, or see and (possibly) be seen. Conglomerate, follow, find comfort, or be still. Stand, sit, lie, float, fly. This place isn’t without you and you and it.

String Theory
Jun
25
Jun 27

String Theory

String Theory: Three evenings of performance by Kristopher Apple

On June 25–27, Canvas Gallery San Diego will present Kristopher Apple in Performance. Apple will perform his own repertoire of musical works composed in collaboration with artists ranging from choreographers, writers, visual artists, and software developers. The repertoire will feature Apple as violinist, poet, dancer, and choreographer in concert with interactive audio effects and video. After many years working at the intersections of art disciplines and digital media, Apple has put together a program that will feature a range of his inter-media compositions, interdisciplinary performance practice, and network of collaborators. Collaborative elements include visual art by Dan Allen, choreography by Dina Apple, a dance film by Alicia Arguilla, sound and video design by Christian Kjeldsen, music composition by Blair Robert Nelson, fiction writing by Stephen Silke, videography by Huy Trinh, and audio software by Chris Warren.

 

This Land is Your Land
Apr
3
Apr 11

This Land is Your Land

youTurn presents This Land Is Your Land by Mark Haim

April 3, 4, 10, 11 at 7:30 p.m.

White Box Live Arts

2590 Truxtun Road

San Diego, CA 92106

tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door

GradWorks
Mar
12
Mar 14

GradWorks

Scenic: Justin Humphres

Projections: Lily Bartenstein

Lighting: Gwikyoung Ko

Music: Kristopher Apple

 

 

HAMLET
Feb
27
Mar 7

HAMLET

Mandell Weiss Theatre
UC San Diego Theatre District 
Wed. Feb. 25, 7 pm (Preview)
Fri. Feb. 27, 7:30 pm (Opening)
Sat. Feb. 28, 2 pm
Sat. Feb. 28, 7:30 pm
Thurs. Mar. 5, 7:30 pm
Fri. Mar. 6, 7:30 pm 
Sat. Mar. 7, 7:30 pm (Closing)

TICKETS
$20 General / $15 Faculty-Staff-Alumni Assn-Seniors (over 62) / $10 UCSD Students w/ID

BOX OFFICE: (858) 534-4574

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE, CLICK HERE

the third thing
Jan
10
8:00 pm20:00

the third thing

  • Arthur Wagner Theater, UCSD

An evening of dance-plays created by playwrights Kristin Idaszak & Will Snider with choreographers Dina Apple, Emily Aust, Anne Gehman, & Erin Tracy.

Nov
15
7:30 pm19:30

SDSU Alumni Concert: Make It

  • San Diego State University

Saturday, November 15, 2014

In Time & Space II performed by Dina Apple, Emily Aust, Angelica Bell, and Ryan Welsh with video by Huy Trinh and projections by Kristopher Apple

IN TIME & SPACE
Nov
7
7:00 pm19:00

IN TIME & SPACE

  • UCSD Conrad Prebys Music Building

IN TIME & SPACE is presented as a part of the UC San Diego Music Department's Grad Forum series

Friday, November 7, 2014, 7pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theatre (UCSD Music rm. 122)

Dina Apple, Kristopher Apple, Emily Aust, Angelica Bell, Putu Hiranmayena, Huy Trinh, Ryan Welsh

Dance of the Holy Ghosts
Sep
5
Sep 13

Dance of the Holy Ghosts

  • Envision Academy

Ubuntu Theater Project 2014 Summer Theatre Festival presents Dance of the Holy Ghosts by Marcus Gardley, directed by Michael Moran

LIVE at the Canvas Gallery: Composing My CorpoReality
Jul
12
7:00 pm19:00

LIVE at the Canvas Gallery: Composing My CorpoReality

Founded in 2007, LIVE is an affiliation of performing artists that together practice and compose kinesthetic music and auditory dance. Throughout their history, they've cultivated an appetite for chaos, beauty, and transgression of genre and performance tradition. At the Canvas Gallery, LIVE's Dina Apple, Kristopher Apple, Jess Humphrey, and Leslie Seiters will perform their newest composition, Composing my CorpoReality: the sound/movement of moving/sounding is the music/dance.

little known dance theater at SDSU University Art Gallery
Jun
29
1:00 pm13:00

little known dance theater at SDSU University Art Gallery

  • SDSU University Art Gallery

leslie seiters/little known dance theater invites you to a performance experiment in the SDSU Downtown Art Gallery.  This is the second in a series of durational performances designed to rehearse/develop one part of our new work Things that Don't Hold Water. For this section we are instigating a art-making process that explores, defines and refines with audiences present. Please drop in for a moment, or make yourself comfortable for awhile. 

in to it
Jun
10
7:00 pm19:00

in to it

Dina Apple and Emily Aust perform dances that include new experiences from their first year of graduate studies at UCSD