Christine (Chris) Young-Ginzburg, also known in the Hip Hop Dance Community as “Fluidgirl”, is a well-rounded performer.
From dance, to acting and her love of Spirituality, Chris’s drive to expand her versatility in her performance shines through her will to grow as an individual and artist.
As a previous 6+ year member of the legendary Bay Area dance group Medea Sirkas, renowned for their pioneering of strutting, boogaloo, and the Fillmore dance styles, with experience performing on stage, television, in competition, and in dance instruction, this phenomenal 38 year old performance artist embodies a personality that can only be described as lively.
A veteran dancer and performer, Chris’s repertoire includes Hip Hop Dance styles such as Popping, Waacking and House Dance. With training and experience in Physical Theatre (Dell’Arte International and The Flying Actor Studio), Improv Theatre (Pan Theatre), drawing, spirituality and Holistic Health (The World School of Massage), Chris displays versatility in her outside interests as well as in her profession proving that she is a well of diversity.
Her most recent performances have been local and abroad. In 2014, Chris created and performed a solo clown theatrical piece and was chosen to be a part of the RAW Artists Showcase in San Francisco. In the summer of the same year Chris was cast in a theatre show called, The Tain, in Limerick, Ireland. She spent 6 weeks training and preparing for the full length show which performed for 6 nights in a row, receiving standing ovations each night.
In 2015, Chris performed 2 solo pieces for two local artist showcases called the Bare Bones Butoh Showcase and also for the Shawl Anderson Dance Center’s annual theatrical show.
Yet Chris’ most recent achievement is opening a Production Company with her husband called Follow The Trees, where they showcased their premier event called “The Voice of the Trees” in July 2015 in Berkeley, CA, fulfilling a long time dream of hers.
Chris plans to continue to grow Follow The Trees creating consistent events celebrating the connection with Nature through performance and art, sharing it locally and abroad.