Bitter Queen



Bitter Queen is a new physical theatre work that walks the borders between contemporary dance, inter-mediated performance and installation. The viewer is immersed into a debauched cocktail party circa 1969 that quickly dissolves into byzantine labyrinth of performance that challenges the relationship between viewer and performer and the line between queer and “What the the hell is going on?”

Part of The Garage AIRspace residency program for queer performance.
Directed by Joe Landini, Donna Moore Assistant Director. Featuring Becky Robinson-Leviton, Elizabeth Cooper, Rachael Elliott, Kaitlin Parks, Marie Walburg Plouviez.

June 14-15 @ 8pm & June 16 @ 2pm
Bitter Queen, a movement installation
Tickets: BPT


Joe Landini is the founder of The Garage and the non-profit presenting organization, SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts (Saving Art From Extinction). He has presented his work in Sacramento, Santa Cruz, Laguna Beach, Marin, Monterey, Santa Fe NM, Mexico City and London UK. He received his BA in choreography at UC Irvine and his MA in choreography at the Laban Centre. In 2012 he received the GOLDIE award for dance presentation from the SF Bay Guardian.