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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Movement For Actors/Performers/Non-Performers, & Flamenco

Actor's Salon
directed by assistant artistic director Denise Blasor at
Bilingual Foundation of The Arts Theatre (since 1973)
421 N. Ave 19
Los Angeles CA 90031
323-225-4044
http://www.bfatheatre.org/
(if you don't get a reply from BFA within 3 days of your voice message, then please either email deniseblasor@hotmail.com or flamencamex@facebook.com)

Three weekends only. Saturdays & Sundays 2012: January 21st & 22nd, February 11th & 12th, & March 3rd & 4th. Don't miss out on the fun.. Call or email back to find out details.

Taught by instructors:
Denise Blasor (assistant artistic director, actor, singer, & badass woman)
Rocio Ponce (AEA actor/singer/dancer/choreographer, movement for actors/performers/non-performer, & currently working on MFA in Television, Film & Theatre). CLICK ANYWHERE ON THIS HYPERLINK TO SEE ROCIO PONCE IN ACTION!Photobucket – Video and Image Hosting
Hugo Quintana (actor, director, dramaturge)

Rocio will teach the part of Movement for Actors workshop using different techniques, all dialogue with movement, such as Rasaboxes, LaCoq Creative Theatre technique, Suzuki Method, MIchael Chekhov's Psychological Gesture, Laban Movement Analysis, & more. Flamenco Dance Technique, as well as Danzon, will be included to make it more fun! ;-). Warm-ups will include movement with lip trills, passagios, mum - goo sounds plus others, dipthongs, progressing into more depth dialogue movement techniques (it's gonna get physical, so bring flexible clothing). We'll even sing! yes, you heard it. And no, you don't have to be a singer... you just have to have an open mind ;-)Photobucket – Video and Image Hosting

Monday, December 5, 2011

Flamenco

Flamenco Dance Classes, Workshops, Privates (all ages):

ROCIO PONCE provides a fully cultivated Flamenco background in technique & choreography. As a performer, her forte' is expressing the genuine essence of Flamenco. Her classes emphasize the structural forms of a solo (letras, escobillas, cierres,cortes,& falsetas to teach the body to speak to the guitarists and singer). She emphasizes on strengthening the muscle for footwork, braceo (arm-work), cuerpo (body), & muscle memory by prioritizing connecting exercises on an improvisational approach. Thus, her live performances are both explosive & memorable. 


inquiries: http://www.facebook.com/aVivirElmomentoFlamenco, aVivirElmomentoFlamenco@gmail.com