Dark Side of BUTOH ~! Work Shop on April 6th 2:15~3:45PM in San Jose. $25
Hell might be more interesting than a Heaven,,,, Wow !
Luku of EarthChild Butoh teaches Basic Butoh Philosphy workshop based on Tamano-Hijikata method in San Jose, CA at LUMEN OBSCURA III 2013, April 6. Last day for online registration is tomorrow! Or pay at the door the day of (CASH ONLY please).
We are happy to announce:
BARE BONES BUTOH PRESENTS: SHOWCASE #25!
(Adventurous Shows for an Adventurous Audience)
Performances: Friday Dec 14, 2012, and Saturday, Dec 15, 2012 (mostly different line-up each night)
Both performances are at 8:00 pm
3435 Cesar Chavez St (at Valencia)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Studio 210 is located in the former Sears Building, inset from the corner of Cesar Chavez and Valencia Street. Accessible by: BART – 24th St Station; and MUNI – #12, #27, #14, #49. Plenty of on-street parking (although Cesar Chavez is still undergoing eternal construction, so please plan accordingly).
Performances: $5-$20 sliding scale. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Additional donations are graciously accepted and gratefully appreciated.
This time around, the performers are:
Both Shows: Ronnie Baker, Wolfgang Heinle, Martha Matsuda, Maria Moon, and Bob Webb
Friday Only: Christina Braun, Dasha Che, Mark Deutsch, Lila Ann Dodge, Dorine Hoeksema, Jochelle Perena, and Constance Taylor
Saturday Only: Special Guest Butoh Master Hiroko Tamano, Molly Barrons, Shelley Cook, John Doyle, Shoshana Green, Jennifer Gwirtz, Anastazia Louise, and Megan Nicely
Quite a line-up, wouldn’t you say? Should be a couple of VERY GOOD SHOWS!
Surprise guest artists may also be performing as well. There are often last minute additions (local, national, and international artists) to the programing, it’s that kind of show.
Bare Bones Butoh Presents is a performance Showcase for local, national, and International artists working in the fields of Butoh, Performance Art, Ritual Performance. and The Undefinable. It exists for artists to try out new material, show works in process, hone improvisational chops, and redo or revisit previous material. Bare Bones Butoh Showcases employ the grassroots ethic of working together to sustain an artistic culture. We are community building and performance all smushed together into two evenings.
Thanks, and we hope to see you there.