2nd Tuesday resident dancers
FatChanceBellyDance are back to take the Underground Nomads stage this week. Also joining us is Special Guest Wendy Martlatt, along with residents Amberetta and Millie Maddox.
Dulce Vita will be keeping you warm with her hot dancefloor vibes for the night, following the dance performances. Come out of the cold and stay warm with us, with drink specials, amazing performances and a rockin dancefloor – not to mention Taco Tuesdays.
is known internationally for her uniquely elegant and vibrant dance. Her performances weave a divine fabric that invite the viewer on a journey thru world dance history blending the ancient with the contemporary.Wendy began her study of tribal belly dance after an inspiring trip to Egypt. She began her studies with Carolena Nerriccio and FatChanceBellyDance® in 1995. She is based in San Francisco and is available for instruction and performance.Wendy continues to cultivate her own style of world fusion bellydance.
Her goal is to invite the viewer on a global journey through movement. A journey where the viewer meets dancer in a place of authenticity and genuine spirit as it evolves through movement.
Millie Maddox is a professional 2D artist and animator with a background in the mobile video games industry. She discovered belly dance 7 years ago and took her very first class here in SF with The Mama of Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Jill Parker. While working in NYC she continued her dance studies with Sera Solstice, Danielle Hutton and the East Coast Tribal stylization of movement.Cammi Darshan Vance was also one of her core teachers and heavily influenced the style of movement and emotion that she brings into her dance. Millie is a member of Cammi Darshan Vance’s troupe Petrichor with whom she has performed semi-professionally at Venus Uprising 2010, Tribal Fest 2012, and Danse du Ventre at the Alberta Rose theatre in Portland Oregon 2013. She also performed with Jill Parker’s Student troupe at Kafana Balkan this Summer.
Millie has recently transplanted back to the Bay Area from from New York City and is currently immersing herself in the rich belly dance culture of San Francisco while in the process of developing with her own unique voice in dance. Millie also bakes killer gluten free brownies which you can find occasionally at Stephanie Field’s Sugarfoot Grits food pop up around San Francisco.
Photo by Phoebus Photo.
Studio Presents the original improvisational bellydance form called American Tribal Style. FatChanceBellyDance®
Amberetta is a second generation bellydancer who began performing at the age of five, studying ballet, jazz, and tap, as well as the piano.In 2004, she began studying Tribal Fusion dance with Andrea Perkins and performed with the Dandasha Dance Company in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In addition, Amberetta obtained her 230 hour Yoga Teacher Certification from Yoga Alliance through the Asheville Yoga Center in June 2010. In September of 2010, she relocated to the San Francisco area to pursue performance opportunities and further her dance education.
In addition to her solo work, she performs Tribal Fusion Bellydance with RockaBelly under the direction of Kamille Hitz.
She presents the dance form she loves with a special mix of strength, independence, femininity, and dangerous curves. Tonight she will balance two very sharp, thirty-six inch scimitars as she performs her own original choreography.
Underground Nomads resident DJ , in monthly rotation. Dulce Vita
9pm-1am. $5 (free before 9:30 if you ask). 1192 Folsom St. SF.
Evening Happy Hour from 5-9pm + Taco Tuesdays at Underground Nomads.