One Night Only By Popular Demand– BUY TICKETS HERE:
An evening of site-specific butoh performances featuring artists from SF, Chicago and New York
Butoh in performance: One day Butoh workshop with Vangeline - 6 hours
Butoh workshop with Butoh Master Tetsuro Fukuhara in New York
Sign language Interpretation will be provided for this event
an evening of Solo Butoh performances with Tetsuro Fukuhara and Vangeline
9/11 Commemoration- Butoh performance in Times Square with Vangeline Theater and students
Butoh workshop BREATH with Butoh Master Atsushi Takenouchi hosted by New York Butoh Institute with live music
Butoh workshop BREATH with Butoh Master Atsushi Takenoushi hosted by New York Butoh Institute with live music
Butoh reimagining of Project Godie with Vangeline in Newcastle Upon Tyne June 10th
Noguchi Taiso and Butoh workshop in New York with Mari Osanai hosted by New York Butoh Institute
Butoh Performance and Artist talk with Vangeline & Helene Nyman
Triskelion Arts, in association with Vangeline Theater, presents Wake Up and Smell the Coffee – Butoh for Waste Prevention: Reducing Coffee Trash in New York at Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222) from April 20-22, 2017 at 8pm
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This Friday, at 7pm, Vangeline participates in an artist discussion about Butoh curated by Helga Christoffersen, Assistant Curator, New Museum.
Vangeline will perform a short piece after the discussion has concluded.
Pioneer Works is pleased to present “Virgin Writes,” an exclusive evening of lyrical, Butoh staging of the ancient greek mythological story of Iphigenia. “Virgin Writes” brings together a unique collaboration between three radical women artists, with lyrics written and sung by Grammy Award winner Esperanza Spalding, music composed and performed live by Yuka C. Honda (of Cibo Matto), and staging directed and performed by butoh dancer and choreographer Vangeline.
Vangeline performs an excerpt of her award-wining Butoh Beethoven at Booking Dance Festival at Jazz at Lincoln Center- Click HERE to purchase tickets
“The Story is the Body”
The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Princeton Atelier presents a multimedia installation designed by filmmaker Josephine Decker and Butoh artist Vangeline with Princeton students. Held in the Lucas Gallery at 185 Nassau Street, this immersive installation incorporating film and live Butoh (a Japanese dance form) performances explores the concept of Time. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, December 12 and 13, and is free and open to the public but reservations are encouraged. RSVP
International Butoh from Japan, China and New York with Live String Quartet
Butoh workshop with Katsura Kan in New York
Noguchi gymnastic workshop in New York with Mari Osanai- preparation for Butoh hosted by New York Butoh Institute
Vangeline Theater performs at Creative Climate Awards September 27
Vangeline Theater performs a site-specific Butoh installation at El Jardin Del Paraiso
The Vangeline Theater and the New York Butoh Institute remember the victims of 9/11 this Sunday. Our performance workshop will culminate in a Butoh offering commemorating the events of 9/11 and honoring the 2977 victims.
We are offering a special dedication to the 72 Heroic police officers, 373 firefighters and 8 emergency medical technicians who lost their lives on 9/11.
Their names will be on display.
Our offering is scheduled for 7pm to 7:30pm - 43rd and Broadway.
Please check our social media pagewww.facebook.com/vangelinetheater as time and location may vary.
photo Joshua Weiner - Azumi Oe and Maki Shinagawa - Mosaic- Howl! Festival
Performance Butoh workshop with Vangeline hosted by New York Butoh Institute – 9/11 commemoration
September 8, 9, 10, 11, 2016
Participants can perform on 9/11
Vangeline collaborates with Surface Area Dance in the UK on Project Godie in August 2016
HOWl! Happening in association with The New York Butoh Institute and Vangeline Theater presents:
BUTOH FILM SERIES: KAZUO OHNO, TATSUMI HIJIKATA, and SANKAI JUKU
Butoh intensive workshop with Vangeline in New York June 2016- 16 hours, with LIVE MUSIC
Dancing with Ghosts
Exploring the metaphysical side of Butoh
Butoh workshop with Yael Gaathon and Vangeline- Berlin, Germany
Stacy Lynn Smith performs Up a Road Slowly at the Lower East Side Festival For the Arts
Choreographed and Directed by Vangeline