Level: All levels Instructor: Laura Rodriguez (Latinx Fusion) Adapted for small spaces, this is a class focusing on high-energy based movement while including empowered space for joy, community, and ritual. Together students will explore the social and communal Latin Diaspora of movement, migration, and music from Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, and the United States. Drawing from the foundations of salsa, cumbia, bachata, and cha-cha in both traditional and contemporary contexts, the class will take students through a lush warm-up, movement investigations, tasks, and combinations. Includes studies in horizontal and vertical weight, isolations, polycentric movements, and hip whining techniques. No previous experience needed and all are welcome! ¡Vamos a bailar! Days/Time: T, 5-6pm EST What you’ll need: A minimum cleared space of 3’x3’ of hard flooring. Suggested attire: Something comfortable to move in, e.g. dance/yoga/workout wear. Bare feet or sneakers recommended.
A reading and discussion to celebrate the publication of Shonni Enelow and David Levine's A Discourse on Method. Moderated by Martin Puchner, Byron and Anita Wien Professor of Drama and of English and Comparative...Read more about Book Launch: A Discourse on Method