Grant Recipient Details

Location

San Francisco, CA

Artist
Embodiment Project, San Francisco, CA
Project Title
X Rated Planet
Fiscal Year Awarded
2019
Grant or Program
National Dance Project Production Grant
Grant Amount
$45,000

Embodiment Project is an award-winning San Francisco based company that intersects street dance traditions like house dance, bgirling, hip hop, and more with visceral poetic and theatrical elements, and live music. Artistic director Nicole Klaymoon’s signature approach to dance emphasizes the sacred practice of voicing stories of trauma to reclaim power. “X RATED PLANET” seeks healing from sexual trauma, including the reclamation of sovereignty over one’s body, while using documentary hip hop dance theater and storytelling to challenge pervasive rape culture and contribute to the discourse of the Me Too Movement. “The performers are charismatic, the hip-hop dance commanding, the truths delivered unflinching… Go see it.” - Ford Review Estimated artist fee: $6,000/performance; $10,000-15,000/week

TOUR COORDINATOR

Nicole Klaymoon | klaymoon@embodimentproject.org
Artistic Director/Founder
Embodiment Project
tel 510-418-5419

PRESENTER PARTNERS

  • Joyce Theater, American Dance Platform (New York, NY)
  • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA)
  • National Center for Choreography at the Universtity of Akron (Akron, OH)

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A man dressed in Native American garb pretends to vomit on two women who are dancing in white and look to be exorcising a demon from one of the women
Photo by David Wilson
A man on top of a large table-like structure dances and a woman sits beneath it speaking to the audience.
Photo by David Wilson