$100 each or $175 for two + shipping from Blue Lake, California.
These commedia half-masks are made from paper-mache, spackle, gesso, and acrylic paint. They are sealed on the inside and outside to protect them from sweat and humidity. They are designed to fit most faces and the fit can be easily altered by the wearer with the use of foam padding.
These masks designed and created by Jordan Rosin are inspired by the designs of his mask teacher Bruce Mars and intended to play as zanni, or lower-class servant types. Continue reading Commedia Masks for Sale!
Online Private Coaching with Jordan Jordan is now available for online private coaching at a rate of $50 USD / hour. Coaching can be in Butoh Dance, yoga, and/or a variety of physical theatre techniques and/or fitness modalities. Packages There are also a number of package deals available. “Intro to Butoh Dance” Private Lesson Package – $90.00 USD (A $175.00 value!) Technical Requirements To make use best use … Continue reading Now Available: Online Private Coaching with Jordan
Thursday & Friday, August 16 & 17, 2018
6:00pm – 9:00pm
55 NE Farragut St. #4 (entrance at front of building, next to North Portland Yoga)
Portland, OR 97211
In this workshop with physical theatre artist and teacher Jordan Rosin, participants will utilize principles from a variety of physical theatre traditions (Butoh Dance in particular) to cultivate an awareness, availability, and responsiveness that will allow them to move and act with intention and impact both onstage and off. Drawing on forms such as yoga, martial arts, acrobatics, clown, contact improvisation, as well as somatic modalities like Alexander Technique and Bartenieff Fundamentals, Jordan will help students tap into universal resonance through engagement with both their dynamic and receptive aspects, expanding both their expressive capacity and the sensitivity necessary to truly be moved by the ‘other’ Continue reading Resonant Bodies: Butoh/Movement Workshop (Portland, OR) – 2018/08/16 – 2018/08/17
Grace & St. Paul’s Church
123 West 71st Street
New York, NY 10023
In this 4-module, weekend workshop with physical theatre artist and teacher Jordan Rosin, participants will utilize principles from a variety of physical theatre traditions to cultivate an awareness, availability, and responsiveness that will allow them to speak, move, and act with resonance in the dynamic space of the stage. Drawing on Butoh Dance, yoga, martial arts, acrobatics, Linklater Voice Technique, as well as somatic modalities like Alexander Technique and Bartenieff Fundamentals, Jordan will help students expand their dynamic, expressive capacity while cultivating the awareness and receptivity necessary to make healthy and sustainable choices in rehearsal and performance. Continue reading Resonant Bodies: Movement Workshop for Performers (New York, NY) – 2018/08/03 – 2018/08/05
EUREKA, CA – This May, two students from Dell’Arte International’s Master of Fine Arts program are partnering with local non-profit “Trajectory” to create an original Clown show with the organization’s members. Continue reading Clown as Community-Based Art
“Butoh Dance: Alchemy of the Spirit”
A four-hour workshop with Jordan Rosin
Friday, August 10, 2018, 6pm – 10pm
Dogtown Dance Theatre
109 W. 15th Street
Richmond VA, 23224 Continue reading “Butoh Dance: Alchemy of the Spirit” Workshop (Richmond, VA) – 2018/08/10
RESONANT BODIES: BUTOH & MOVEMENT WORKSHOP FOR PERFORMERS
with Jordan Rosin & Yokko
Monday through Thursday, June 11 – 14, 2018, 7pm – 10pm
Thymeles Arts, Shirley Dawn Dance Studio
5481 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029 Continue reading Resonant Bodies: Butoh & Movement Workshop for Performers (Los Angeles, CA) – 2018/06/11 – 2018/06/14
I’m excited to announce that this summer I will embark upon my first multi-city workshop tour of the USA, visiting major cities on both coasts to teach butoh, yoga, acrobatics, and physical theatre for performing artists and the general public.
The tentative tour schedule is below, but still under development. Therefore if you or someone you know is interested in helping to co-produce or promote a workshop, or in adding a new stop, or in otherwise supporting this endeavor feel free to e-mail me! Continue reading Coming Soon: Summer Workshop Tour 2018 (USA)
Throughout history, it has been the fashion of the performing arts to represent things. Through a minimum or maximum of necessary brush strokes, an artist seeks to convey the nature of a thing through signifiers which their audience will recognize. This recognition is powerful and not to be overlooked. Continue reading Beyond Representation
In an article published on Saturday, November 19, 2016 entitled “Why Trump gets theatre completely and utterly wrong” Washington Post theatre critic Peter Marks said that ““Safe” theater is dead theater.” While this may or may not be true from the esoteric standpoint of people within the theatre community (good theatre is thought-provoking, risky, and not necessarily “safe” by political standards) saying so does not help promote the value and potential of theatre to a non-theatre going audience. CLICK TO READ MORE. Continue reading What the Washington Post SHOULD Have Said About Trump’s Hamilton Tweets