Alumnus Hien Huynh Appears in San Francisco Performance
UC Davis Theatre and Dance alumnus Hien Huynh, class of 2015, appears in the Robert Moses’ Kin production of 21 Fully Realized Incomplete Thoughts. Performances are scheduled for May 19 through 22 at Z Space in San Francisco.
Hien Huynh most recently performed at UC Davis in Time Is Passing By and Dancing in Sepia in winter quarter. Most recently he has been immersing himself in various projects in Sacramento, Davis, Berkeley and San Francisco. Alongside the opportunity to work with Robert Moses, he was also accepted into the Barton Sisters’ Axis Connect program in Los Angeles. In addition, he is a dance teacher at the African American Arts Cultural Center in San Francisco through PUSH outreach. He hopes to one day share an interdisciplinary form of movement he is investigating; resulted by a fusion of somatic intention and hip hop.
Founded in 1995, Robert Moses’ Kin is considered by many to be one of the most prolific and exciting new contemporary dance companies to emerge nationally in the past decade. The company’s mission is to produce work which speaks to what is specific and unique in human nature. Robert Moses’ Kin uses movement as the medium through which race, class, culture and gender are used to voice the existence of our greater potential and unfulfilled possibilities.