Community Butoh class with Vangeline in New York

Butoh Class with New York Butoh Institute

Butoh Class with Stacy Lynn Smith
Sunday, December 11, 2016
6-8pm
at CAMEO STUDIOS
STUDIO A
307 West 43rd Street corner of 8th avenue NY NY
Subways: A to Port Authority 42nd Street
Hosted by Vangeline Theater / vangelinetheater@yahoo.com

$10 to $20 suggested donation - no less than $10

Our Butoh classes are by suggested donation.
You can pay for class either:
1) cash before each class
2) you have the option of buying one class now via PAYPAL or DEBIT/CREDIT CARD, valid one year from date of purchase.

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PAY HERE VIA PAYPAL or PAY HERE WITH DEBIT/CREDIT CARD

STACY LYNN SMITH is a dancer whose interests lie in butoh, experimental theater and contemporary dance. She began tap dancing at the age of three and went on to add ballet and jazz to her early studies. She has been a principal dancer with Butoh company Vangeline Theater since 2008. She has further trained with Minako Seki, Katsura Kan, Tadashi Endo, Ko Murobushi, Mari Osanai, Diego Pinon, Yumiko Yoshioka, Natsu Nakajima, Tetsuro Fukuhara and the Tamanos. Her theater training includes Meisner, Viewpoints, Balinese mask and the Lucid Body. She enjoys collaborating with a variety of artists on interdisciplinary projects and develops her solo work as well. Favorite performances include: "Oracle and Enigma", directed by Katsura Kan, Centre Tenri, Paris, France; Harbor, film directed by Steven Vega, Robert Wilson's Watermill Center/Art Basel Miami; Vanity Fair Italia feature, Vangeline Theater/Issue 31; "Plans", written/directed by Michael Freeman; "Footsteps on the...", a reperformance of Karen Bernard's 1993 solo work.

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.
Our classes are open level and beginners are welcome.

 

This program is supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.