The “Rotunda Dance Series” features dance performances in San Francisco City Hall’s extraordinary rotunda! Set amidst the grandeur of San Francisco City Hall’s Rotunda, these free lunchtime presentations bring dance forms from across the globe to this magnificent venue. All performances are free and start at noon. This week, you’ll meet Dance Generators as they present its latest playful dance-theater work Base Ten, revealing how numeric systems evolved because of our two hands and ten fingers, and considers the linguistic, mathematical, historical and social ramifications of this non-coincidence. Dance Generators company members range in age from teens to those in their eighties. Through dance, the company shatters commonly held stereotypes about aging, and creates bridges between people of all ages. A part of the USF Dance Program in the Department of Performing Arts & Social Justice, Dance Generators is celebrating 10 years in San Francisco under the direction of Natalie Greene.
Friday, March 2nd, 2018 at 12:00 pm at San Francisco City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Pl., San Francisco.
Phone: (415) 920-9181