BAYFEST has been in residence several times at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla (San Diego). The participants — who have come from Los Angeles, San Diego, London, and Northumberland — performed a number of pieces, including several original adaptations: E.M. Forster’s futuristic thriller The Machine Stops and Mark Twain’s satire The Stolen White Elephant. Also included in the following clip is a company-devised fun and funny piece, No One’s Allergic to Pineapple, involving theatre, dance, music, movement, and clowning. Performances were held at The Bishop’s School, as well as The Taylor Center for the Performing Arts and at The Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, California.
Documentary piece on the BAYFEST ensemble’s production of R&J, described as ‘Shakespeare meets Stomp’. The company-devised production was directed by BAYFEST Director Robert Shampain and choreographed by Gina Angelique of San Diego’s Eveoke Dance Theatre, and was rehearsed and performed at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, California.