If you are a dancer of any kind, a mover, a writer, a visual/performance/spoken word artist, actor, mother, father, son, daughter, yogi, athlete, aerialist, stilt walker, mime etc….then you might just enjoy this class.
The workshop will experiment with movement, text, writing, creating atmosphere, improvising, and taking risks vocally, aesthetically and physically.
Class will run for 2 hours (120min) and all levels are welcomed; beginner, intermediate, and/or advanced.
No skill set and/or experience is needed. Please come dressed ready to move.
There is limited space for this class, so early registration is encouraged.
WHERE:: National YoungArts Foundation – 2100 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33131
TRES is full of love for your ears and is great for traveling, contemplating choices you have yet to make, and awkward silent moments. All songs were created after a long stroll on a short boardwalk made out of the 11th planet’s remains.
See the cover of this program? See the picture of the hairy, chinky Latino screaming, that kind of looks like a caveman, and kind of like a monkey too?
Well, people think that guy is Cuban, Dominican, Jamaican, Brazilian, or Puerto Rican. He isn’t – he’s Nicaraguan – and that Nicaraguan is me – during a performance of my one-man show PET.
The month of May celebrated the one-year anniversary of that show’s premiere. So, I would like to thank everyone that came out to catch all the shows, and/or supported in any way. I would also like to thank the people that came out to see an excerpt of PET the other weekend, as part of the Design District’s new Site-Specific Performance Series.