About This Artist

Melissa Lewis (顾眉)  is a ChineseAmerican artist working with mixed identities and mediums. Her work has been presented here and abroad. She thinks often of decolonization, mother tongues, and queerness. Melissa has been dreaming and reading about Bruce Lee for the last year, and comes from a background of traditional Chinese folk arts.

 

Current Key Collaborators:

Brenton Cheng. Rose Huey. Kim Ip. Nina Wu.

 

About this Project

An all-Chinese cast performs identity, martial arts technique, and cha-cha. This research-driven, interdisciplinary work considers Bruce Lee and his legacy as local master, film icon and hero.

 

Photos courtesy of Melissa Lewis

Upcoming Events

Protest Sign and Button Making at Block Fest

Zerena Diaz
Fridays, Oct 5–26, 3pm-5pm

INFRARED: In Celebration of the Compton Transgender District

Presented by San Francisco Cinematheque & Curated by Malic Amalya
Tuesdays, Oct 9-Nov 6, 8pm

The Homophobes: a clown show

DINO DINCO
Thu-Sat, Oct 18-20, 8pm

Traumboy

Daniel Hellmann
Sun, Oct 21, 8pm

Archived Events

Open Stage at CounterPulse

Wed, Oct 3, 6pm-8pm

death

FACT/SF
Thu-Sat, Sep 27-29, Oct 4-6 & 11-13, 8pm

inCIVILITY: P.2 Outrage Machine and TecTonic Shifts

Deborah Slater Dance Theater & John Fesenko and dævron & Raissa Simpson’s PUSH Dance Company
Thu-Sat, Sept 13-22, 8pm-9pm

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