VANGELINE THEATER and the NEW YORK BUTOH INSTITUTE offer intensive Butoh workshops in New York led by Master teachers all year round.
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The New York Butoh Institute presents:
Butoh workshop with Vangeline in New York September 6-9, 2018 - 18 hours
Vangeline will teach a two-parts butoh series in September and October 2018 focusing on Mastering the Mind-Body connection in Butoh.
September 6, 7, 8, 9, 2018 at Cameo Studios (18 hours)
307 West 43rd Street NYC 10036
A, C, E to Port Authority 42nnd. Street.
Dates and Times:
Thursday, Sept 6, 6-9pm Studio A
Friday, Sept 7, 6-9pm Studio A
Sat, Sept 8, 1-7pm Studio A
Sunday, Sept 9, 1-7pm Studio B
Vangeline draws on 16 years of experience as a Butoh teacher and Butoh performer. She is the winner of the 2015 Gibney Dance's Beth Silverman-Yam Social Action Award, and the founder of the 10-year running, award-winning program “Dream a Dream Project", which brings Butoh dance to incarcerated men and women at correctional facilities across New York City. Recent invitations include teaching engagements at the Chile Fire Butoh Festival, Taiwan Darkness Festival, and also in Hong Kong and at Studio 303 in Montreal. Vangeline is the author of an upcoming book about Butoh focusing on the Mind-Body connection. This series is informed by her two decades of Butoh research.
This unique training is an invaluable tool for dancers, actors, adult beginners, encouraging participants to open up and expand physically and energetically. This workshop creates a gentle and supportive environment to start an individual and collective process of investigation through creative movement.
This workshop is open level and beginners are welcome.
Our workshops are trauma informed.
ENROLL HERE: 4 days - $180
- Thursday, September 6, 6-9pm $30
- Friday, September 7, 6-9pm $30
- Saturday, September 8, 1-7pm $60
- Sunday, September 9, 1-7pm $60
Any question? Email: email@example.com
All payments are nonrefundable.
This program is supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council as well as the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.