Community Butoh Class (Winter/Spring 2018)


Butoh in Humboldt presents

Community Butoh Class (Winter/Spring 2018)

2nd & 4th Sundays, 6:00pm – 8:00pm (NEW Time starting 3/11) @ Synapsis Nova
212 G Street, Suite 102, Eureka, CA 95501
(January 14 through May 27, 2018, except Feb. 25 and April 8)
Sliding Scale: $15 – $20 – No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds (NOTALOF)

Schedule of Classes

January 14 – Jordan
January 28 – Jordan
February 11 – Leslie
(No class February 25, because of “monsters of delight: dances of otherness and wonder”)
March 11 – Jordan
March 25 – Leslie
April 8 – Jordan [just added!]
April 22 – Leslie
May 13 – Jordan
May 27 – Leslie
These classes are open to experienced dancers and non-dancers alike. All ages and abilities are welcome. No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds (NOTALOF)

 Drop-In or Pre-Pay

Students are welcome to drop-in, paying on the day of class at the door either via cash or checks made out to Leslie Castellano or Jordan Rosin (whoever happens to be teaching that day.)

However, students also have the ability to pre-pay for all 8 classes at the $15 price online via the PayPal link here:

What is butoh?

Butoh is a style of dance and philosophy of creating total theatre originating from Japan in the mid twentieth century. While sometimes marked by grotesque imagery and taboo themes, the main aim of the work as a performer is to reveal tacit knowledge hidden in the body, and to promote self-realization through discovery of your most authentic movement. Butoh training promotes physical endurance and expressiveness, spiritual consciousness, and creativity for performers and non-performers alike.
For questions or more information, contact Jordan Rosin [] or Leslie Castellano []

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