Megan Kurashige: megan[at]sharpandfine[dot]com

press release:

All Roads Are Lined With Teeth - April 7-10 at ODC Theater

press photoS

High res and web ready jpegs available by request or downloadable here.
Photo credit: Shannon Kurashige
Pictured: Sonja Dale and Jane Selna
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"Sharp & Fine’s new evening-length version of Peter and the Wolf is a delight - full of surprise moments, revelatory structural components and a rare choreographic vocabulary." --Heather Desaulniers, CriticalDance, October 2014

"A primal, animalistic sensibility to A Thousand Natural Shocks gives the work a dangerous, edgy and off-kilter tilt. Bodies lunge, thrust, tumble and tangle like bucks ramming antlers. The costumes — Baroque silk jackets with militaristic chevrons — bring to mind fencing and deathly duels. Yet amid the violent athleticism, the generous, intelligent dancers manage to give each tiny quiver and shiver its own sublime moment." --Lauren Gallagher, San Francisco Examiner, July 2012

"The Summer Dance Series: Program A" by Heather Desaulniers, Dance Commentary, July 1, 2015

"San Francisco/Bay Area Round-Up: October 2014" by Heather Desaulniers, CriticalDance, October 2014

"Dance Card: Instrumentalists join the action for Sharp & Fine's new dance production of 'Peter and the Wolf'" by Andrew Gilbert, San Jose Mercury News, September 29, 2014

"Queen of Knives Taps Gaiman for Magical Inspiration" by Lauren Gallagher, San Francisco Examiner, December 10, 2013

"Sharp & Fine dances Neil Gaiman's Queen of Knives" by Emily Jiang, blogger, December 14, 2013

"Sharp & Fine dancers provocative in Love Songs" by Lauren Gallagher, San Francisco Examiner, July 25, 2013

"Flights of Fencing" by Lauren Gallagher, San Francisco Examiner, July 25, 2012

"Kat Howard and Megan Kurashige, creators of A Thousand Natural Shocks" by Matt White, Geekstarter, June 27, 2012