A trailer for Dada Divas, an experimental opera by Jacqueline Bobak that unearths and re-imagines the lives and creative works of the women who instigated Dada. Performers: Jacqueline Bobak, Carmina Escobar, Micaela Tobin. Director: Cordelia Istel. Videographer: Fu-Jui Tang. Sound designer and editor: Mark Bobak. 

 
 

An example scene from Dada Divas by Jacqueline Bobak. Performed by Jacqueline Bobak, Carmina Escobar, and Micaela Tobin, with sound design by Mark Bobak. Recorded at a rehearsal in February 2016 at the California Institute of the Arts.

An example scene from Dada Divas by Jacqueline Bobak. Performed by Micaela Tobin, Jacqueline Bobak, and Carmina Escobar, with sound design by Mark Bobak. Recorded at a rehearsal in February 2016 at the California Institute of the Arts.

An example scene from Dada Divas by Jacqueline Bobak. Performed by Micaela Tobin, Jacqueline Bobak, and Carmina Escobar. Recorded at a rehearsal in February 2016 at the California Institute of the Arts.

An experimental video realization of John Cage's Song Books, created at CalArts in 2008 by Jacqueline Bobak (voice), Paul Berkolds (voice), Mark Bobak (electronics), and Aleigh Lewis (videography) as a pilot for the Vir2Ual Cage project

Excerpts from a performance of John Cage's Song Books in Columbus, Ohio in 2009 as part of the Vir2Ual Cage project. Principal performers included Jacqueline Bobak (voice), Paul Berkolds (voice), Kathy Carbone (dance), students and faculty from the Columbus College of Art and Design, and other artists (streamed live) from the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, Belgium.

Scenes from The Long Books, a four-hour performance including all pieces from John Cage's Song Books, produced by Jacqueline Bobak at CalArts in February 2012

Performing John Cage’s Song Books at REDCAT in Los Angeles in 2010 with the renowned Merce Cunningham Dance Company and Mikhail Baryshnikov, who performed Occasion Piece 2 at a special event on the company’s Legacy Tour. This video alternates between footage of the dancers’ rehearsals in New York and excerpts from the performance in Los Angeles.