Last Date: 17 April 2016 14:00

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6 days Butoh workshop and theatre experiment with 4Rude

This workshop is based on "Butoh-fu ("fu" means score in Japanese)". Butoh-fu has been transmitted orally by Tatsumi Hijikata. His choreographic method aims "to physicalize images through words," and those words are called Butoh-fu. Every word of this notation has its own choreographic meaning for the performer.
The mold of Butoh-fu is very strict, but there is also a lot of blank space entrusted to a dancer. Butoh-fu can provide a vast image for an artist.
We will also build up strong bodies and voices by using the training based on Suzuki-Method Actor's Training.
You have to control strictly your own body in order to be free.

In this workshop Maco und Hikaru Inagawa will develop together with the particpiants a Theater-Butoh piece. The piece will be based on the novel „Crime and Punishment“ by Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky.

4RUDE has developed and performed a workd based on this novel it as a trilogy in Tokyo in 2005-2007. This trilogy was approached from theatrical side to the literature, in this workshop we will experiment in the approach from the Butoh.
We need a high energy for this intensive work. It requires strong wills of the participants.

The final presentation will be held on the last day of the Workshop.

Please send a short motivation letter.
This workshop is fully open to everybody: not only professional performers like actors and dancers but those who haven't never performed on the stage before. We welcome all artists who are interested in BUTOH as well.

WHO: Maco & Hikaru Inagawa
WHEN: April 11th - 15th 2016 | 12 to 5pm and April 17th 2016 | 2 to 7pm
PERFORMANCE: April 17th 2016 | 8pm
PRICE: 230€ | 200€ early bird until March 21st (date of payment) and with tatwerkcardklein
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All Dates

  • 11 April 2016 12:00
  • 12 April 2016 12:00
  • 13 April 2016 12:00
  • 14 April 2016 12:00
  • 15 April 2016 12:00
  • 17 April 2016 14:00

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