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For 3 evenings only, International Culture Lab gathers an idiosyncratic “menagerie” of 16 Butoh performers who—under the guidance of Mexican master teacher Diego Piñón—will explore this history through body rituals on Coney Island USA’s Sideshows by the Seashore stage. Joined by a revue of acts beyond Butoh but exploring these central themes, each evening will be a unique extravaganza.Find out more »
Diego Piñón's innovative style of teaching and performance incorporates more than 35 years of research in Mexican energetic traditions, Japanese Butoh, ritual dance, modern dance and contemporary theatre coalescing his own approach to expression and creativity: BODY RITUAL MOVEMENT.Find out more »
International Culture Lab Nick Fracaro and Gabriele Schafer, Co-Artistic Directors presents A workshop Intensive culminating in three performances at the 2018 Coney Island Ritual Cabaret Festival March 23 1-9pm March 24 1-9pm March 25 11am-5pm 3-day workshop price : $340 (non-refundable) Early bird: $300 (expires February 28th, non-refundable) http://ritualcabaret.brownpapertickets.com/ Limited enrollment – seeking a few new participants to join the existing ensemble. We will help out-of-towners find affordable housing. Contact email@example.com Dance and physical theater experience is helpful, but no experience is…Find out more »
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We are thrilled to host our beloved Butoh teacher Diego Piñon of Michoacán, Mexico once again here in Boulder Colorado during the The Day of the Dead Weekend. Enter the ritual of community belonging, dance with the unseen world~ move the story of your ancestors, and experience your infinite wisdom engaging the elements. Take this journey of transformation~ through the center of your primal longing. Move from the softest and most vulnerable of places~ to the most extraordinary and outrageous…Find out more »
Where do we go to return to our essential side and reflect upon our place in life, in our communities, in our own heart? Pilgrimage offers a potent metaphor for returning to the origins of our creation and the basic and essential impulse of our own soul. We will use this metaphor to enter a sacred process to reconnect not only to ourselves, but also to each other, and the land in Tlalpujahua that has been holding this work for…Find out more »