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

Support the Springboard Fund for Artists

tiny little get down

tinypistol + little seismic dance company
Fri, Jan 25, 7:30pm-9pm

UNEARTHED

Titania Kumeh / Sharmi Basu / Semaj Peltier / Silvi Peligras / Catalina Xavlena / Karl Gomez / Chi Chi Castillo/ Kelvin Pittman / Jillian Crochet / Drought Spa / Jesse Austin / Angie Holiday
Sat, Feb 2, 8pm

Galatea

Words by Katie Tandy // Direction by Lauren Rosenfield // Music by Geoff Cotter
Thu-Sun, Feb 21-24, Thu-Sat at 8pm, Sun 2pm matinee

Archived Events

Queer as a Tuesday Night: Ms. Carol

ABD Productions/Skywatchers
Tue, Dec 11, 7pm

Tenderloin Women’s Holiday Party

CounterPulse & Central City SRO Collaborative
Mon, Dec 10, 12pm-3pm

I dreamed Bruce Lee was my father and Lost Chinatowns

Melissa Lewis and Cynthia Ling Lee
Thu-Sat, Dec 6-8 & 13-15

DanceHack 2018

Kinetech Arts
Sat-Sun, Dec 1-2

Blog Roll