Technique and Improvisation Workshop in L.A. with Judith Sánchez Ruíz

Workshop dates: January 8-12, 2018 | 10:30am -4:00pm | Early bird until December 23th, 2017 (date of payment)

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Holding on my feminist values in the dance industry. A personal view from a dancer

Conflating ideas on sexuality and dance is an important, albeit conflicting, issue for any female/professional dancer nowadays; especially in today’s social and political climate and, amidst a profession spent glorifying and often essentialising the human body. As a female and as a dancer, the ever-present reality of displaying sexuality is a constant phenomenon, either in the direction or expectations of others, or the image we believe we are expected to portray.

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Review: Investigation and engagement in Dalton Alexander’s solo debut, “#whitenoise – A Neologism”

This piece, #whitenoise – A Neologism, is about America’s current political state and our fixation on the news. News stories played from Dalton’s phone. Newscasters speaking of Donald Trump and North Korea played over the speakers. Even people in the crowd were talking about the presidency while Dalton painstakingly readied the stage.

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