A Collaboration with Eveoke Dance Theatre
January 27 – February 19, 2012

At Art Produce
Choreography by Ericka Aisha Moore
Visual Art by Lynn Susholtz & Araceli Carrera

A feast of movement and visual art intertwined, Reflections is a powerful portrait of 6 little known women who have affected history in a profound way.  Can we find our own reflection within the faces and stories of these courageous women?

Ericka Aisha Moore in "Reflections"
Eveoke ensemble performing "Reflections"


Critical Acclaim

San Diego Union-Tribune Review: ‘Reflections’ on heroism Reflections’ on heroism

Eveoke’s new dance-theater piece celebrates lesser-known women who made a difference in the world
Eveoke Dance Theatre has long celebrated heroic women. One of the earliest, most memorable works by company founder Gina Angelique was “Soul of a Young Girl” (1996), based on Anne Frank’s diary. And a 2003 piece, “Women Rebels,” honored some three dozen local activists. Read the full article Read the full Union-Tribune article.

San Diego CityBeat: Remember these women Art Produce and Eveoke Dance Theatre want you to remember these women

The upcoming 'Reflections' performance is one-part interactive art installation and one-part narrative dance
Art Produce, the gallery, garden and community space at 3139 University Ave. in North Park, won the Sustainability prize at last year’s Orchids & Onions awards show held by the San Diego Architectural Foundation. It’s an interesting spot and has hosted more than its fair share of experimental-arts, activist and environmental events. For the upcoming “Reflections” performances, a large workshop in the back of Art Produce has been transformed into a multilevel, interactive art installation and stage complete with moving parts, running water and live-feed video. Read the full City Beat article.