ALMOST SOLD OUT! “San Diego Dances in Logan Heights” at Bread & Salt March 6 & 7th @ 7:30pm March 8th @ 2pm


The PGK Dance Project brings its popular program, San Diego Dances that moves world class dance and audiences throughout the county in unexpected, affordable ways to Bread & Salt in Logan Heights and performs choreographic works by Peter G. Kalivas in collaboration with spoken word artist Nate Howard of Movement BE, Blythe Barton, Rosalia Lerner, Kim T. Davis, and collaboration conceived and directed by Kalivas for Flamenco artist Kristina Cobarubbia, classical Indian artist Divya Devaguptapu and Tap dancer John Paul Lawson with additional performances and choreography by somebodies dance theater, Anjanette Maraya-Ramey and Viviana Alcazar-Haynes and their respective dancers and dance/film installations.


JUST ADDED: Natasha Ridley (Contemporary Ballet) and CITY OPERA, San Diego’s newest artist driven opera company in a compelling, haunting work with dance.

Doors open one hour in advance of performances for people to tour the vast former Bread Factory and enjoy drinks and snacks provided by nearby Logan Heights vendors.

Friday and Saturday evening, March 6 and 7th at 730pm and Sunday matinee March 8th at 2pm.  In honor of Women’s History Month, a film installation also occurs including the world known dance film featuring a original Graham dancer, “Frances Wessels: A Portrait of 89 Years” created by Jason Akira Somma, also curated by Peter Kalivas.


March 6th 730pm $20 General, $15 Senior/Student/Military, $10 Groups

March 7th 730pm $20 General, $15 Senior/Student/Military, $10 Groups

March 8th 2pm $15 General, $10 Senior/Student/Military, $5 Groups

$5 more at the door, FREE Lot and Street Parking.

Tickets are at:

Groups tickets also available at the Ticket Link or from The PGK Dance Project Directly at: / 619-886-7924  Groups are 10 people or more


SUPPORT PGK Dance and be artfully fashionable too for just $20!




*Your tax-deductible support of PGK’s performance and educational
programs widens access and deepens appreciation of the arts through
participatory dance workshops for schools and community groups, buses
and tickets to experience The PGK Dance Project’s professional
performances, and Summer Intensive scholarships enabling talented
dancers and choreographers with limited means to pursue advanced
training.  Link below to order your PGK Dance Top.


Everyone who makes a donation of $50 or more receives a PGK Streetwear Top of their Choice and 1 ticket to San Diego Dances above.

$100 or more gets 2 Tix to San Diego Dances at Bread & Salt March 6 – 8, 2015 and an ArtFul PGK Top.  *Click the photo below to check out our stylish tops and designs available.  All donations acknowledged.


Looking for another way to give?
Contact us at – for
information on Volunteer and Sponsorship opportunities, donate miles to support PGK Dance’s Upcoming “Made in San Diego” Touring.

All the best from PGK Dance and be awesome!


Peter G. Kalivas

Artistic/Executive Director
The PGK Project, Inc
4704 A Street
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 886-7924
Nonprofit Tax ID: 20-4740701

Photos: Liza Voll (top, PGK Dance “Made in San Diego” Gallery Tour Boston; Sue Brenner Photography on Red Tank, Manuel Rotenberg PGK at the Lyceum)

Join us! 

March 6 – 8, 2015 for San Diego Dances at Bread & Salt!
Featuring choreography by Peter G. Kalivas, Blythe Barton, somebodies dance theater, Anjanette Maraya-Ramey, Viviana Alcazar, Kim T. Davis, Rosalia Lerner with surprise music performances this refurbished Bread Factory becomes the 12th “pop up” site for this highly popular, roving platform for world class, affordable dance performed by The PGK Dance Project, with guest artists in performance including Kristina Cobarrubia and Divya Devaguptapu inventively as we are known for.

The PGK Dance Project is funded in part by The City of San Diego
Commission for Arts and Culture, The California Arts Council, and The
National Endowment for the Arts.
San Diego Dances at Bread & Salt is funded in part by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, the California Arts Council, The Puffin Foundation, Dr. Stuart E. Schwartz with additional support from Vertical Response, Office Depot, Culture Shock Dance Center, Discount Dance Supply, Capezio at UTC/LaJolla and Public Architecture and Planning, sponsored by Veteran Tickets Foundation, Arts4Vets, Womens Museum of California, San Diego City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole District 4, Radio Pulso del Barrio, San Diego Arts Foundation, Allegro Physical Therapy, DanceFX, Vanguard Culture, SanDiegoDanceConnect, Media Arts, Smile Amazon Foundation.