Myles Thatcher's Otherness explores gender binaries

from: San Francisco Ballet ·
San Francisco Ballet dancer Myles Thatcher has choreographed a new work called Otherness which explores gender binaries and finding your own identity in a world full of binaries.

Otherness is part of Unbound: A Festival of New Works and will be featured on May 4, SF Ballet's LGBTQ Nite Out. Dance the night away with DJ Will Magid and SF Ballet dancers, plus enjoy a complimentary signature cocktail, light bites, and cash bar in the Dress Circle. Hosted by corps de ballet dancers Myles Thatcher and Solomon Golding, Nite Out is sure to be a night to remember. Tickets are just $88.

Your ticket includes:
8 pm: Unbound B Performance
War Memorial Opera House

10 pm to 12 am: Cocktails, dancing, and a chance to meet SF Ballet dancers
War Memorial Opera House Dress Circle, 3rd floor

Limited tickets available!

Already purchased performance tickets? SF Ballet subscribers can add-on the party for $20, and non-subscribers can add-on for $25. Call the Ticket Office at 415 865 2000, MonFri, 10 am4 pm, to purchase.

What happens when 12 of the most innovative international choreographers are given the opportunity to create with our uniquely expressive and daring dancers? We're celebrating the San Francisco spirit of curiosity, experimentation, and invention with Unbounda festival of 12 world premieres spanning 4 programs over 17 days.
Unbound: A Festival of New Works
April 20May 6, 2018