PUSH Lab

Performance Workshop
 

PUSH Dance Company

PUSH LAB Performance Workshop (Session One)

Fri

Date: 8/19/2016 - 9/23/2016

From: 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm

PUSH LAB Performance Workshop (Session Two)  

Sat

Date: 8/20/2016 - 9/24/2016

From: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Further your performance skills alongside professionals in a critically-acclaimed festival. Dancers will explore dance technique with Raissa Simpson, choreography by resident choreographer Katerina Wong and a co-choreographed work by dancers Ashley Gayle and Noah James. The lab includes regular warm up classes in PUSH technique by Raissa Simpson, feedback sessions on quality of performance and collaborative decision-making in a supportive environment.

 

 

FULL SCHEDULE

PUSH Lab Performance Workshop (Two Separate Sessions)

with Push Dance Company and Artistic Director Raissa Simpson
 

Fridays, August 19-September 23, 2016, 3-6pm with Katerina Wong

Includes a technique class, taught by Raissa Simpson; 1:30-3pm
- OR  -

Saturdays, August 20-September 24, 2016, 2:30-5:30pm with Ashley Gayle & Noah James

Includes a technique class, taught by Raissa Simpson; 1:30-2:30pm

 

FEES: $200 for one session, $325 for both sessions

WORKSHOP LOCATION |

Alonzo King Lines Dance Center

26 7th Street

San Francisco 94103

PERFORMANCE LOCATION |

ODC Theater

3153 17th Street

San Francisco 94110

PERFORMANCE DATES |

PUSHfest Program B:

Sat September 24, 8pm

Sun September 25, 7pm

All full workshop attendees must be available for performances dates, technical rehearsals and have at least 3 years minimum prior dance experience. PUSH Technique classes are available for drop-in. PUSH LAB is a process-based fall workshop whereby members of PUSH provides a 6 week performance-based workshop in conjunction with PUSHfest at ODC Theater in San Francisco. Workshop attendees are offered training, performance opportunities, and a look into the Company’s creative process.

 
 

did you know?

We offer yearly innovative collaborations, annual performances & touring, and dance classes. Our work is purpose-driven and we continually introduce low-income students to the joys of dance.