THE MYSTERY OF SECRETS
San Diego Dance Theatre
ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station
The Mystery of Secrets offers a progressive exploration of the mysterious and playful nature of secrets. This premiere performance will introduce audiences to four choreographers weaving different perspectives on this illusive topic, that travels in and around the festival hub.
The Mystery of Secrets offers a progressive exploration of the mysterious and playful nature of secrets. This premiere performance will introduce audiences to four choreographers weaving different perspectives on this illusive topic, that travels in and around the festival hub. Lead artist will be Terry Wilson with choreographers Marcos Duran, and Lavina Rich, featuring the dancers of San Diego Dance Theater and community dancers. The shared whisper of a secret from an audience member could become an explored improvisation. The artists from bkSOUL, directed by Dr. grace shinhae jun have been invited to join the Mystery!
San Diego Dance Theater
was founded in 1972 by George Willis, Professor Emeritus of Dance at San Diego State University, whose goal was to bring joy, comedy and theatricality to modern dance and to train young dancers. Jean Isaacs was appointed Artistic Director in 1997. Under her direction, San Diego Dance Theater has earned its reputation as a company of professional dancers committed to unconventional and deeply courageous programming. George and Jean have expanded access to the stage for dancers of many nationalities, races, ages, and physical abilities. San Diego Dance Theater is known for cross-border projects, summer dance workshops and the yearly site-specific performance Trolley DancesTM. Recent changes to the company brings Terry Wilson to the helm as Executive Artistic Director in 2022. Terry strives to continue the dynamic and inclusive programming of SDDT. She believes that dance is a way of life for everyone, with everyone finding a place to belong. The company’s mission is “to create and perform dances that breathe life into the people of our region and beyond, and to provide access to professional training and the performance of these dances by people representing diversity of all kinds.
Outdoor seating and shade not guaranteed. Personal chairs and blankets encouraged.
Free events are open entry