Drifter is a full evening dance consisting of four sections exploring both the hope and the demise of the 1960’s. It investigates the ideaology of the hippie generation and the increasing generation gap that signaled a divisive decade where feminism, civil rights, and social norms were challenged. Drifter navigates the decade including JFK”s assasination, the war in Vietnam, and Charles Manson. Choreographed by Keith Johnson/Dancers and danced by Haihua Chiang, Bahareh Ebrahimzadeh, Rogelio Lopez, Paul Matteson, Tara McArthur, Andrew Merrell, Courtney Ozovek, and Andrew W. Palomares. Lighting Design By Alvaro Nunez. Keith Johnson performed in the companies of Ririe/Woodbury, Creach/Koester, Bill T. Jones/ArnieZane Dance Company, and Doug Varone and Dancers. He graduated from the University of Utah with his MFA in Choreography and was named the Distinguished Alumni from The Department of Dance in 2012/13. He is currently on faculty at California State University Long Beach. Drifter runs for approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.
March 3, Friday | 8pm No Intermission
March 4, Saturday | 8pm No Intermission
The Annex requires audiences to be masked while indoors. No concessions will be available. Fully vaccinated performers will be unmasked on stage. If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms prior to the performance, please stay home. We will exchange or refund your ticket. Everyone, including the artists, will thank you. Please contact [email protected] if you have questions or concerns.
Joe Goode Annex is a wheelchair accessible theater (ramp to front entrance, no internal stairs) with wheelchair seating available for up to six power or manual wheelchairs. Theater seats are movable and have no armrests. Wheelchairs can be seated next to each other and next to theater seats. The Annex has two single-stall all-gender restrooms that are accessible for power and manual wheelchairs. Please contact [email protected] if you will be using ADA seating or need any additional accommodations.