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Thursday, 18 November 2010

The 6tth International Butoh Fest THailand 2010


Butoh Co-Op Thailand Presents

The 6th International Butoh Festival Thailand 2010
1-31 December



Photo Exhibition

Featuring BUTOH III by Boaz Zippor (Israel)
December 1-31 @ Boka Gallery, Grand Opening; December 3 with Special Guest Performers @ 19:00

FREE EVENT

34/1-2 Inthamara soi 1, Suttisan-vinichai road
Saphan-Kwai
boaz@boazzippor.net
(BTS) Saphan Kwai

Butoh Performances

Featuring Michael Sakamoto (USA), Teerawat Mulvilai (Thailand), Jarunun Phantachat (Thailand), and Sheri Brown (USA)

December 10-11; 19:30 – 300 THB/Students 250 THB

@ Crescent Moon Space, Pridi Banomyong Institute, 65/1 Sukhumvit soi 55, BTS Thong Lo,

http://www.crescentmoontheatre.com/



Butoh Workshop

MIND/BODY/TIME

Movement Based Workshop for Cultivating Presence and Character

December 11; 13:30-16:30 with Michael Sakamoto (USA), 300 THB/Students 250 THB @ Gaia by HOPS (inside Sareerarom Spa) 32 Sukhumvit soi 23, opposite Chokchai Steak House, www.gaiabyhops.com


Solstice Butoh Jam
FREE EVENT


December 18 with Special Guest Performers; 19:00 @ Boka Gallery, 34/1-2 Inthamara soi 1, Suttisan-vinichai road (BTS) Saphan Kwai

For more information and reservations: bkkbutoh@yahoo.com

Or phone 080 773 6607

Sponsored by Ray of Light Productions, Boka Gallery, Makhampom Theatre, Gaia by HOPS, and Crescent Moon Theatre



Butoh Workshop
MIND/BODY/TIME
Movement Based Workshop for Cultivating Presence and Character


December 11; 13:30-16:30 with Michael Sakamoto (USA), 300 THB/Students 250 THB @ Gaia by HOPS (inside Sareerarom Spa) 32 Sukhumvit soi 23, opposite Chokchai Steak House, www.gaiabyhops.com

This is an intensive workshop designed for dancers, other performers, and non-performers alike. Through visceral and image-based movement exercises, we cultivate a highly-centered, bodily presence and attempt to unearth all manner of habitual and idiosyncratic thought, feeling, and elements of our personae. Techniques from Butoh-based training as well as concepts from Zen and a range of other disciplines cultivate integration of mind, body, and spirit as well as increase our range of performative expression and character creation.

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