Monthly Archives: December 2015

Butoh Dance WorkShop

Workshop led by Ezio Tangini
Amsterdam, 15th-17th January 2016

Friday 15th January h 11,00 – 15,00 
Saturday 16th January h 11,00 – 15,00 
Sunday 17th January h 11,00 – 15,00 

Presentation of the solos proposed by participants (session open to the public):
Sunday 17
th January h 17,00

60 euro for the entire workshop
20 euro for one day

Info and registration: Tel. 06 25382491

Sint Jansstraat 37
1012 HG
Tel. 0031 (0)6 25382491

The work investigates the nature of the stage as a condition of its determination and manifestation.
Matter and time are the fundamentals.
It involves an exercise of the state of the body focused on the exhalation, to allow to develop a state of widespread occurrence, organic, non-hierarchical. Breathing and relaxation are the basis of internal awareness of the performative action.
The breathing technique is the foundation of the performative application and It determines it. The workshop is addressed to everybody.

Ezio Tangini
Born in Urbania (Urbino). Lives in Rome. Educated in Foreign Literatures at the University La Sapienza of Rome. Studies and practice of contemporary dance. 1998-2004 contemporary dance laboratory of Alessandra Sini. 1998 discovers Butoh with Masaki Iwana. 1998-2003 Masaki Iwana’s workshops in Normandy, Rome, Polverigi. Several workshops with other Buto dancers like Silvia Rampelli, Murobushi, Akira Kasai, Mika Takeuchi, Yumiko Yoshioka. Co-founder of the dance company In Between Butoh.

Marx is Back (at AstaroTheatro)

MARX IS BACK (a play on history)
“Why have I returned? to clear my name!”
Marx is Back
Marx is Back at AstaroTheatro!
Saturday 12 December, 20.30

AstaroTheatro presents a monologue by Howard Zinn adapted and performed by Roberto Bacchilega

Karl Marx has had enough of seeing his revolution taken over by opportunists organizing each time a new priesthood and a new hierarchy, with excommunications and indexes, with inquisitions and firing squads. He is disgusted by media declaring him dead again and again. Karl Marx is back to remind us that his ideas are more alive than ever. He revisits memories of his courageous life and revolutionary theories. We learn about his family, his struggles and the boils on his arse

Entrance by donation

Apocalyptic Alphabet – Pictures

Apocalyptic Alphabet-OpenPodium at AstaroTheatro

Pictures by Tatjana Todorovic

With: Jegor van Opdorp, Jom Semah, Carmelinda Gentile, Stefano Bocconi, Massimiliano Pipolo, Marco Ziglioli, Alfonso Gambino, Rosy Di Dio, Silvia Terribili, Roberto Bacchilega, (AstaroTheatro Collective), Juan Carlos Tajes Baddouh

Thank you to the audience and the artists for being part of this: theatre, music, acts > activism