From: jodi netzer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 9:25 PM
Subject: Sat, June 13 @7pm Show + Workshops + SAVE THE DATES!
Great things are happening!
1) PERFORMANCE: Check out the Rhythm Industry Review, featuring:
- Amazing kids from Circus Camp with stilts, poi magic and more led by
- Batucaxe rhythms and beats
- The Water Project, a dance/theatre/puppet work-in-progress by Jodi
Netzer with Natalie Brewster Nguyen and Heather Wardich
- and more...
Saturday, June 13th, 7pm
Rhythm Industry Performance Factory
1013 S. Tyndall Avenue, Tucson
(1 block W. of Park Avenue, just S. of 20th Street)
2) WORKSHOPS: Sundays, 11am-1pm (starting June 5th) @ Rhythm Industry
I will be teaching weekly workshops with a combination of Butoh and
BUTOH ("zen dancing") is a contemporary dance form that materialized in
response to WWII and the constraints of Kabuki Theatre. Butoh is
connected to nature and the human condition- it is about "being"
rather than "expressing", transformation and metamorphosis.
Explorations will occur in a wide spectrum- from the grotesque to the
VIEWPOINTS, first created by Mary Overlie and further developed by Anne
Bogart, is a theoretical deconstruction and reconstruction for
post-modern theatre, experienced through improvisational ensemble and
individualized movement. Sensing, listening, witnessing, and playing
are part of developing group synergy as we intuitively and
spontaneously move through space and time. Generating bold and
theatrical work quickly, it develops flexibility, articulation, and
strength in movement.
3) SAVE THE DATES! The Water Project, March 24-28, 2010
THE WATER PROJECT is a full-on performance, installations, information
tables, and interactive lecture series around the topic of water
developed through cross-sector collaborations and community
participation. If you would like to support and/or participate in this
project, or would like more information, contact me (information is
See you soon!
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