Epiphany Dance Theater’s repertoire blends dance, music, theater and spoken word in a multi-textured experience of community, culture and place. Its body of work reflects the artistic director’s exposure to different perspectives on community art-making and diverse cultural norms from her experiences around the world from Latin America, South East Asia, Europe and Africa. Kim Epifano’s work is known for its bold and imaginative outdoor explorations that resonate with all ages and backgrounds, newcomers to dance-veterans. Epiphany is equally celebrated for its development and curation of new choreographers, dancers and ongoing contribution to the vibrancy of the Bay Area dance community.
Save the Dates!
San Francisco Trolley Dances
2021’s iteration of this historic San Francisco event features on-site performances (COVID pending) on Saturday October 16th and 17th, with online viewing available on-demand thereafter. Performances along this self guided tour will occur in East Cut and Castro districts connecting neighborhoods, artists, and patrons via MUNI K and L lines.
Native Land, Native Hands
A site specific performance series investigating the histories of Deaf BIPOC Bay Area residents juxtaposed with the artworks of Deaf sculptor Douglas Tilden. Featuring ASL-choreography by Lead Artist Antoine Hunter and direction by Kim Epifano, with script by Raymond Luczak.
"All performances transported me. Either taking me to another country, into a new culture, a new discourse, and thankfully back to my own breath. Every time, thank you."