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NEW CLASS!!!! 

DANCE THEATER (OPEN LEVEL) 

at Peridance Capezio Center (126 East 13th Street, between 3rd and 4th Ave)

  • FRIDAYS 10-11:30am (starting September 28th, 2018)

 

CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Expand your craft, technique and creativity in an exclusive, personalized, classes. This is an opportunity for dancers, actors and performers to develop their potential on both movement and theater performance skills and connect both to become more authentic, expressive performers. 

This class explores the principle: Motion Creates Emotion /Emotion Creates Motion, and emphasizes the use of imagination, interpretation and body coordination and control. 

DANCE TECHNIQUE Students develop alignment technique and an understanding of the dynamic in dance. Increase flexibility and strength as well as to develop muscular awareness in order to prevent injuries. Using phrases of repertory, students solve technical problems, using fundamentals of ballet and modern dance techniques. Proper technique is the foundation for learning to dance and control the body, showing how to use one’s muscles, achieve balance, and become aware of posture and placement. 

REPERTORY Students experience and study Anabella Lenzu / DanceDrama repertory. The emphasis is on the journey rather than the destination, on understanding the impulses generated by movements and gestures. The search is for authentic and honest movement. Derived from our most basic impulses, these dance works use this principle to examine relationships between the individual and society, exploring communication, identity, memory, and spirituality, the relationship between people and their environment, the struggle for women’s identity and their role in society, and the nobility of the body as a temple for our mind, soul, and heart. 

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Boletín Informativo OCTUBRE/NOVIEMBRE 2018

 
  • Feliz Aniversario DanceDrama! 12 años, 350 espectáculos, 13 trabajos coreograficos en 90 instituciones en Nueva York presentando alta calidad artística! ¡Considere apoyarnos económicamente para continuar nuestra misión educativa y cultural! Para donar clickee AQUI.
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  • El libro Revelando Movimiento y Emocion de Anabella Lenzu, ha recibido una Mencion Especial como Mejor Libro De Arte Bilingue/ Espanol en The International Latino Book Awards en San Francisco como parte de American Library Association Conference.                                                                                                                                                                                             
  • Eventos de la Temporada 2018


    *Monday, November 5th at 7:30pm: I will present a 20 min. work-in-progress of my new work "Reliving/Revivir" at DMAC. https://www.duotheater.org/

    *November 8 -11 at 7:30pm: I will present a 20 min. excerpt of "No more beautiful dances" at CPR, Brooklyn.
    http://www.cprnyc.org/fall-movement-spring-movement/

    *Friday, November 16th at 7:30pm: My dance film "No more beautiful dances" will be featured at the 4th Annual Dance Film Festival at Triskelion Arts, Brooklyn.
    https://www.triskelionarts.org/dance-film-festival


    "No More Beautiful Dances" wrestles with the ideas of being an immigrant and the exploration, introspection and re-framing of a woman after becoming a mother. This dance theater piece uses drawing, spoken word and video projections to tell a personal vision of femininity, and what it means to be a woman today.

    It is a search to define identity in a modern context, and discern the way in which to shape one's own agency through a post-colonialist lens. What does it mean to be human? The body becomes the homeland, and movement is a mother tongue. The show explores two ideas: the body as a container and the body as a tool, using two live-streaming cameras, two projectors and two laptops. Technology in this piece is a magnifying glass, showing something normally hidden from normal view. The cameras become a portal to another dimension for the audience and performer.

    Choreographer and Dancer: Anabella Lenzu

    Video Projection Design: Todd Carroll

    Direction: Daniel Pettrow

    Costumes: Jennifer Johanos