Site-Specific Performance
For two decades Dancing Earth has been designing performances which combine sculptural movement with architectural and natural settings. Recent site-specific performances include a masked procession at Kennedy Center in Washington DC, performances at The Contemporary Art Museum in Honolulu, masked dance at Sentosa Island Singapore, and stilt performance at the International Marketplace in Wakiki.

From urban streets to pastoral woodlands, botanical gardens, museums, parks, cathedrals and beaches the human form provides commentary and insight on familiar landscapes. Site-specific performances reveal ground, texture, scale, color, and light as it is reflected and contrasted by performer and landscape. These performances vary from solos to small groups and can swell to giant spectacles with large casts. Masks, giant puppets, stilt characters can expand the size to magnify the environment.
Home Biography Reviews Performance Workshops
319 Kingfisher Point
McCormick SC 29835
. Masks In Motion . Improvisation and Creative Process
. Performance for Young Audiences . Creative Dance, Drama, and Masks For Children
. Giant Spectacle: Dragon Quest . Mask Making
. Site-Specific Performance: Dunes and Woods, Mountains and Meadows . Mask Magic
. Theatrical Performances . Expanding Spirituality Through Movement
. Community Based Performances . Workshop Photo Gallery
. Performance Photo Gallery . Giant Puppets