Film Series: IN FOCUS
September 18 & 25 and October 2, & 9, 2020
IN FOCUS Film Series is a series of curated original dance films by San Diego cinematographers to be debuted exclusively in The Virtual Box!
Four ballets by choreographers Bethany Green, Kevin Jenkins, and Carly Topazio.
We are teaming up with three San Diego cinematographers; Brandon Lazo, Gina and Kyle Sorensen, and Justin Flores, as well as having our own Carly Topazio join the group. Each film will be debuted in The Virtual Box each Friday for 48 hours.
August Series: Live
August 27 - 30, 2020
Streaming LIVE from Tenth Avenue Arts Center
Five entrancing debuts coming to your computer screen!!
Dive into the playful antics of Bethany Green and Carly Topazio's Sum Things, the balletic artistry of Brian Heil's Reunion, followed by the neo-classical, sneaker-clad symmetry of Katie Spagnoletti's Corporeal.
Grab a drink and enjoy our intermission films, then join us for part two! A world premiere created through ZOOM by Netherlands Dance Theater dancer and guest choreographer, Donnie Duncan Jr., and a sensational show closer, Sideswiped, created by TRBP's Jeremy Zapanta.
July 17 - 25, 2020
Streaming online, AND on your doorstep!
As a part of our Frontline Performance Campaign, which raised money for a free performance giving back to the men and women working essential jobs to keep society running through this global pandemic, free admission is being offered to all essential workers and businesses for each LIVE stream of our August Series performances, as well as an in-person show that is being delivered to outdoor sites upon request August 26 - 30!
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED US REACH OUR GOAL!! WE WERE ABLE TO PROVIDE LIVE AND VIRTUAL FRONTLINE PERFORMANCES TO HUNDREDS OF ESSENTIAL WORKERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY!
Ghost Light Masquerade
July 17 - 25, 2020
Streaming online, Filmed at The Tenth Avenue Arts Center
The Rosin Box Project presents Ghost Light Masquerade, a virtual promenade theatre performance! Guests may enter this augmented reality only by way of their virtual portal and adorned with a mask (your own personal, and recyclable, 360-degree viewing headset). Once inside our virtual promenade theater, sit back and enjoy the ride as we take you through a masked madhouse of ballet and mystery without leaving the comforts of your own living room! As the virtual experience traverses through the haunted corridors of the Tenth Avenue Arts Center, we invite you to look and explore the scenery around you, creating your own adventure as we find TRBP Artists performing on various stages and dark corridors, creating a hauntingly exciting performance experience unlike any other!
Upon purchase, TRBP will mail each ticket holder their very own Quarantine Cocktail Kit to indulge in a hauntingly delightful cocktail while viewing, and a 360-degree viewing headset to fully immerse yourself in the experience!
August Series 2019
August 29th - September 1st, 2019
Shape of Things to Come, by Katie Spagnoletti, explores the fine lines separating present, past, and future, and how the constant pulse of time is warped and fractured through perspective and bias.
Frontier, by Bethany Green, shifts to a western theme, with a choreographic structure and source of inspiration nodding to literary devices to portray snapshots of humanity that build and lead to said ‘Frontier’.
On Love and Loss, by Thom Dancy, is a contemplation on connection and relationships and finding the beauty and growth that emerges from love and loss.
An Introduction to Nothing, by Carly Topazio, is inspired by ideas from British philosopher Alan Watts. A study on cyclical patterns, and the most 'real' state of ‘nothingness’.
Norupo, by Jessie Leigh Olson, is a Norwegian Rune Poem by the same name which inspired the piece exemplifying the strength within each dancer, and the physicality that embodies warriors.
Step Inside 2018 Inaugural Season
September 7 - 9, 2018
The Geoffrey Off Broadway
Crackerjack by Carly Topazio, skirts on the outer edges of classical dance playing with architecture and each dancers' boundaries.
Wicked Games by Jessie Leigh Olson, is a very personal tell-all expression of past relationships; the good and the bad.
Epiphany, If You Will by Bethany Green, is a playful little study of self-realization. Told through kitschy colors and sharp characters, it follows a light narrative of sisterhood, friendships, and self-love, bolstered through a bright musical score.