Upcoming Events

February 8, 2018 at 7:30pm


Christine Germain/STEM & Brigitta Schrepfer
Presented by Footloose in AIM: Artists in Motion
at Spring Fall Studio in the Sawtooth Building
2547 8th Street #20, Berkeley, CA

Footloose presents AIM: Artists in Motion at Spring Fall Studio in West Berkeley's Sawtooth Building. Christine Germain of STEM with guest artist from Switzerland, Brigitta Schrepfer; Janet Collard with musician, Terran Olson; plus duet Garth Grimball and Heather Stockton of Wax Poet(s) perform in their own original, dance theater works.

Christine Germain uses touch on a daily basis to teach and communicate and is passionate about this new collaboration and research about the first sense. Brigitta Schrepfer loves dance as a language full of vividness! The two met in Switzerland and are now in residence with Berkeley Rep and Footloose to create a performance experience that invites the audience to reflect, communicate and explore their relationship to touch.

Doors Open at 7:00pm
Performances from 7:30-9:30pm, followed by party

Tickets: $10-$20 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Recently Past Events

January 26-27, 2018


Christine Germain/STEM & Brigitta Schrepfer
Presented by LEVYdance in LEVYsalon
at LEVYstudio
19 Heron Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

LEVYdance hosts a recurring micro-residency, LEVYsalon, that provides multidisciplinary artists with 10 hours each of free rehearsal space to work, create, explore & develop ideas and themes. Each group performs 5 minutes of their work-in-progress at the culminating showcase.

Saturday evening features a DJ'd dance party w/ DJ Mikah D. Sunday's matinee includes a Q&A session with the artists after the show.



Montréal Fringe Festivak


“(Le Projet Migration)… is engaging, heartfelt, and inspired by real events. This honesty and authenticity add a dimension to the work that cannot be faked.”

Bloody Underrated

On peut aussi, a souligné le magistrat, se marier avec soi-même: un peu compliqué quand on veut la séparation de biens.

La Presse

Corps étranger II est aussi un riche univers sculptural vivant, organique. J’y ai vu, dans une magie qui se fait et fuit, un masque africain, des protubérances grotesques, une citrouille, une forme extraterrestre, un énorme sexe féminin, des chairs carnivores

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Catherine Lalonde Le Devoir

Christine Germain, accompagnée par Sonshèree Giles et Joyce Lu, nous laisse toute la marge de manoeuvre sur le sens de l'oeuvre avec le temps pour le faire, grâce aux habiles et fins éclairages de Heather Basarab. De ce "Corps étranger (II)", je retiens que sur un fond d'ombre, d'habiles éclairages peuvent permettre de nous "raconter notre propre histoire".

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Sur les pas du spectateur

Fiscal Sponsorship by Dancers' Group