This workshop applies the Japanese concepts of
gaman (to endure),
ma (space), and
sonzai (presence) to exercises aimed at exploring the Butoh fundamentals of ‘being moved’ and ‘becoming something’. It also offers an introduction to Hijikata Tatsumi’s unique notation system of Butoh-fu. Open to actors, dancers, or anyone with an interest in Ankoku Butoh and its application to acting training.
DATE/ 23 April, 2017 TIME/ 10am – 5pm VENUE/ THE WHITLAM SPACE, Metro Arts - 109 Edward Street, Brisbane TICKETS/ $120 General Admission, $90 Concession LINK/ http://www.metroarts.com.au/events/butoh-workshop-acting-butoh-with-dwayne-lawler/