Performance History

Parting the Sea Feature

Parting the Sea (2005)

Choreographed by Gina Angelique – Eveoke presented this fairy tale about the earth, its borders and the spirit of children at the historic Wonder Bread Bakery in downtown San Diego.  Parting the Sea was inspired by the documentary photographic work of the border fence by Maria Theresa Fernandez. “Parting the Sea, the new dance fable [...]

DCF 1.0

Celebrate Dance Festival (2004)

Eveoke presented 73 companies to more than 10,000 residents and visitors in this free civic event. Artists danced in the 660-seat Casa del Prado Theatre, and outdoors on the Prado Stage and the Lily pond Stage. Workshops were held in a range of styles in two large dance studios and outdoors in nature.

Monstropoly Feature

Monstropoly (2004)

Choreographed by Gina Angelique – A fun, exciting interactive show about going to jail. This work premiered at the Lyceum Space fully in the round. Act 1 is a duet between 2 of the game tokens when the board is closed at night, Act 2 the day starts and everyone plays Monstropoly, the game where [...]

DCF 1.0

Funkalosophy (2004)

Choreographed by Ericka Aisha Moore and Gina Angelique – Eveoke staged the longest running dance show in the region, running Funkalosophy for 9 additional weeks, 6 shows per week. This commercial run was inspired by a $10,000 challenge grant by Peter Smith and co-produced by Ethan Feerst.  

Mothers Feature

Mothers (2004)

Choreographed by Gina Angelique – This documentary work followed on the steps of Women Rebels. In Mothers, Artistic Director, Gina Angelique, interviewed those who had extraordinary parenting experiences and created a performance that “is Mothers, a forceful, passionate dance theater piece that is jawdropping, thought-provoking and gutwrenching…The end of the piece was followed by a [...]

CDF 2003 Feature

Celebrate Dance Festival (2003)

Eveoke and Balboa Parked teamed up to present 70 companies to more than 10,000 residents and visitors in this free civic event.  This year the festival expanded with a second outdoor stage. “Every year, the bar is raised for everyone. Celebrate Dance has become an indispensable part of the local dance scene.” Jennifer de Poyen, [...]


Funkalosophy (2003)

Choreographed by Gina Angelique and Ericka Aisha Moore – Eveoke reprised this vibrant hip-hop dance theatre work at the Jack Dodge Theatre packing in 6 shows per week for the month of July. This work garnered more reviews, and received “Critic’s Choice” from the SD Union Tribune.  “Provocative, rich in symbolism and expertly performed, it hits [...]


Women Rebels (2003)

Choreographed by Gina Angelique – Gina interviewed 34 local women of distinction and researched others from history to create this epic production about the women who have made a great impact on our lives today. “Angelique isn’t just preaching to the choir. She’s imploring the community to rise up and accept the challenge of our feminist [...]


Taming of the Shrew (2002)

Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg and Choreographed by Gina Angelique – Eveoke performed this gender blender with women playing the men’s roles as women and men playing the women’s roles as men. Shrew “has its moments of provocation and robustly ironic humor, as well as many ingenious design solutions.” Anne Marie Welsh, SD Union Tribune


Celebrate Dance Festival (2002)

Eveoke and Balboa Parked teamed up to present 52 companies to more than 10,000 residents and visitors in this free civic event.   “The festival’s jamboree quality, Garafola noted, also has the potential to build a larger audience for dance in general, and different styles of dance in particular.” Jennifer de Poyen, SD Union Tribune