So…here we are, at the end of a whirlwind 4 month long rehearsal process for 2 different shows that happened a week apart. I’m full of so many little things that I want to share about being in San Francisco to perform, meeting with my dance adviser and friend at USF, and just dance in general, but I’m almost overwhelmed at the idea of articulating it all for the internet right now. (I need to get better at blogging in the moment).
For now, I will satisfy my need to share with a few photos, because…
I’m already hitting the ground running with a couple other projects! Trying to get a personal website up for myself and brainstorming about offering simple and cheap web design services to artists, plus already knee deep in more rehearsals! Working (as a company member) with brand new company s.t.and(H) for our August debut and just got asked to do a show with one of the dancers I just worked with which sounds fantastic.
The Whole Story is an intensive workshop / laboratory / think-tank / hot-seat for dancers and dance-makers dedicated to progressing work-in-progress and advancing performance. Taught by Rosanna Gamson, with the assistance of RG/WW performers, The Whole Story is a rigorous 5-day inquiry into the brass tacks of making your dances, and your dancing, better. Increase and improve your dynamic range, musicality, and concentration as an interpretive artist. Expand, refine and redefine your toolkit as a creative artist. Become more specific, more articulate, and more YOU. As an opportunity to dig deeper, The Whole Story is designed for working dancers and choreographers who have already established their practice, and for young artists ready to move beyond an academic structure.
Each session will cover discreet material, however, the sessions are sequential and drop-ins are discouraged but some exception maybe arranged based on application.
For more information please contact Alexandria Yalj at firstname.lastname@example.org
August 16th - 20th, 2010 Monday -Friday 10am -2pm
The Colburn School 200 South Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012
$250 weekly tuition
This workshop has limited availability. Advance registration required.
APPLICATIONS: Via email: email@example.com Please include in your application email: First and Last name, Telephone Number, Email Address, Resume, Age, and a few words about your experience with dance, theatre, art…. Participants will be selected from pool of applications.
Application deadline: July 30, 2010 Artist notification: August 2, 2010 We can certify the participation in workshops on request.
PLEASE NOTE: Advance payment confirms participation in the workshops. Tuition assistance is available based on inquiry and need.
Rosanna Gamson is the Artistic Director of Rosanna Gamson/ World Wide (RGWW), a Los Angeles-based dance theater company. Gamson’s work has been presented and commissioned by local venues including the Getty Center, Skirball Cultural Center, Grand Performances, Highways, and REDCAT; and by dance and theater festival and venues throughout the US, and in Canada and Mexico. Gamson’s most recent dance theater project Tov, premiered at REDCAT and will next be performed at the Myrna Loy Center in Montana; co-commissioners of the piece through the National Performance Network Creation Fund. Gamson has won numerous grants and awards including a Special Horton Award as Dance Innovator, the Irvine’s California DanceMaker Award and support from the National Dance Project and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. She currently teaches dance composition in the School of Dance, and dance theater in the Theater School of CalArts. She was a mentor in the Southern California pilot of the CHIME Program and continues to participate in the development of emerging and well-established choreographers’ work in Los Angeles, and has served on numerous advisory and evaluative panels, including for NDP, Dance USA, Western Arts Alliance, and the National Performing Arts Convention.
**ROSANNA GAMSON/WORLD WIDE will be holding a company workshop to develop material for our next project, beginning the week of August 23. If you would like to be considered for inclusion in RGWW’s developmental workshop, please let us know that in your application. Participation from August 23rd by invitation only.