Sept 19. – 23. 2020
Breeanne is a multidisciplinary artist, choreographer and dancer currently based in Berlin, Germany. Her physical artistic practice combines theatrical and contemporary dance techniques to access the fully expressive performing body. After receiving her BFA in modern dance from the University of Utah in 2015, Breeanne has had the pleasure to work and collaborate with a variety of artists and companies on a free lance basis. She was honored to be a guest and company dancer with Ririe Woodbury Dance Company between 2015-2019 and perform the works of Doug Varone, Daniel Charon, Stephen Koester, Adam Barruch, Joanna Kotze, Anne Carlson, Raja Feather-Kelly, Tzveta Kasabova, and Alwin Nikolais with Alberto Del Saz of the Murray-Louis Foundation internationally. She has performed in The Merry Widow, AIDA, and Die Fledermaus with The Utah Opera, serving as Dance Captain for the Merry Widow. Other artists she has worked with include Lenka Vagnerova, Daniél Desnoyers, Jasmine Ellis, Yael Cibulski, Nichele Van-Portfleet, Graham Brown, Kyle Lang, LajaMartin, Molly Heller, Eric Handman, Shaun Boyle, Scott Wells, Yanis Adoniou, and Scotty Hardwig. Besides making art she likes to read socio-political theoretical aloud to her dog.
The Imaginative Body practice is a theatrical performance practice which utilizes the mind’s ability to visualize, create, and project worlds and scenarios into the space in concert with the body’s imaginative expression of those lived experiences. Working through improvisational worlds with Butoh and Gaga roots, we will develop the specific and authentic coordination between the emotional/ physical/ and imaginative bodies. Voice and performative techniques are additionally trained in this practice, breaking down the boundaries between performing as an actor and as a dancer. Throughout this practice, movement is generated from a quality and task based plane generating a proficiency in intention based physicality. The eyes garner special attention in this practice as our most familiar tool to see, visualize, and navigate worlds. At the same time, the practice works towards breaking down the hierarchy of the body and discovering new ways of seeing, knowing, and representing the imagined worlds we move through.
The class will be taught in english and as most information will be disseminated through verbal image prompts, a proficient understanding of the language will be essential.
Time: * this block of classes runs Saturday – Thursday
Samstag,19.10.: 16:30-17:30 – 1 hrs. Training.
Sonntag, 20.10.: 13:00-14:00 – 1 hrs. Training.
Montag, 21.10.: 09:45 -10:45 – 1 hrs. Training.
Dienstag,22.10.: 09:45 -10:45 – 1 hrs. Training.
Mittwoch, 23.10.: 09:45 -10:45 – 1 hrs. Training.
Price: 5,- € per class or 20,-€ for the whole week
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More Info: www.badlemonsdance.com
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Profi Training / Bad Lemons in Kooperation mit Tanztendenz München e.V. und Tanzbüro München. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Kulturreferats München. Diese Veranstaltung/ dieses Projekt wird ermöglicht durch den Bayerischen Landesverband für zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT) aus Mitteln des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Wissenschaft und Kunst.
Photo credit: Jasmine Ellis Projects / Ray Demski photography