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A Creative Revelry for 2016


Ballet dancers Patrick John Rebullida and Karla Javier delight us with an improvised dance
Songwriter and folk singer Ella Melendez told us the inside story of make an indie album
Helen Udasco was volunteered by her son to perform for us the first year we played the game. This is now her third time to join

We promised an evening of impromptu dance, music, and storytelling to send off the old and welcome the new year at Casa San Pablo. And boy, did we have a splash. For an hour and a half, we were treated to heartfelt, spontaneous performances from artist friends, as well as from guests who jumped into the fun with their own creative gigs. It was an artistic celebration of life and an affirmation of what Casa San Pablo is all about: a place to renew our creativity.

This is the fourth year we've played this little game on New Year's eve. It started off as a dare, when we realized a few hours before midnight of one New Year's eve that among ou rguests were a flutist, two ballerinas, a poet, and an award-winning visual artist. We teased each other into performing and cajoled other guests to join us. We discovered jamming this way—just for the heck of it—was liberating. We promised to do it again. And again. And again.

This year, we added a bit of a twist. We put in Pecha Kucha-inspired stories. This is a form of storytelling that consists of 20 images shown for 20-seconds each. The idea was to share with each other what goes into their creative process. The stories were so mind-blowing that we promised ourselves we would also do that again. And again. And again. We hope you can join us next time.

Poet Rofel Brion delivers one of his poems as Patrick John Rebullida does an improvised dance interpretation
The gang right before taking to the stage.