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Jo Kreiter's New Works

"Grace and Delia Are Gone" Flyaway Productions Fort Mason Center for the Arts and Culture San Francisco, CA Sept. 22, 201 by Rita Felciano copyright © Rita Felciano, 2016 Aerial dance, or apparatus-based dance as Jo Kreiter calls it for her twenty-year old Flyaway Productions, has earned its place with the Bay Area dance theater scene. Unlike her more recent out-door works on the sides and roofs of city buildings, “Grace and Delia Are Gone”-- an hour long contemplation about violence against women -- was performed in the small scale surroundings of and outside the old Firehouse at the Fort Mason Center at the edge of the Bay.
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