Before You Had A Name

Guided by the spirit of creative partnership and inspired by the experience of maternity as a complex journey in a woman's mind, body and life ...

Program: Women On The Move

November 9, 2019 3:45 pm

Short

Director(s): Raquel Gallego
Choreographer: Danielle Rowe
Country: United States
2019
Runtime: 0:05:53
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Guided by the spirit of creative partnership and inspired by the experience of maternity as a complex journey in a woman’s mind, body and life, the film Before You Had A Name Film, directed by Raquel Gallego, is an intimate behind-the-scenes and onstage look into the heart of the eponymous performance piece created by Heather Powell, Danielle Rowe and Alisa Lapidus, featuring Sarah Van Patten of the San Francisco Ballet.

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