In 1993, a group of artists came together to create guerrilla performances addressing HIV/AIDS in marginalized communities, called STEAMROLLER. The company currently under the direction of Jesselito Bie has presented work in the 1997 Bay Area Dance Festival, the In the Street Festivals, the SF Lesbian and Gay Dance Festivals, Asian American Dance Performances, Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, Summer Performance Festival, San Francisco Trolley Dances, the DIRT Festival, the first Queering Dance Festival and the 2016-2021 SF International Arts Festivals.
Lucy Dillon is a Bay Area based dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She received her B.F.A. in Dance Performance from UC Irvine, and has danced professionally in San Diego, Portland, and as a freelance artist in the Bay Area. Currently, she directs the high school dance program at Crystal Springs Uplands School and is a founding member of The Collective SF. Her choreography centers around themes of gender, identity, and the intersection between dance and ecology. Lucy values collaboration, listening, and the onstage empathy between performing artists.
Photo of Jesse Bie by Gegory Roberts
Photo of Lucy Dillon by Jose Jimenez
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