OPEN REHEARSAL with Paula Josa-Jones

Posted: June 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

YOU’RE Invited!…
to join us for an OPEN REHEARSAL this Wednesday evening

AN OUTSIDE EYE: Coaching & Direction for Performers
with Paula Josa-Jones, MA, CMA, RSME/T

Please join us wednesday evening for an open rehearsal with special guest, director/choreographer Paula Josa-Jones. Paula coaches performers in all disciplines who want to find more fire and “wild play” in their performing. She helps choreographers expand their vision, sharpen intention and find the “through-lines” in their work. Come watch Paula in action and join in on a rich, lively, informal discussion about KAIROS’ work and the dance-making process! This event is free + open to the public! Snacks and beverages will be served.

Wednesday. JUNE 20th. 7:00 PM
Boston Center for The Arts
Calderwood Pavilion
Second Floor (Studio A)
527 Tremont Street
Boston. MA

About Paula:
PAULA JOSA-JONES, MA, CMA, RSME/T, is a choreographer, director and equestrian who has developed a unique form of visually charged dance-theater built on the sensuous experience of the body as landscape and source for movement and voice. Her work includes theatrical choreography for humans, inter-species work with horses, dancers and riders, film and video. Her work has been produced in Russia, Europe, Mexico and throughout the United States. Her company Paula Josa-Jones/Performance Works has received support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the New England Foundation for the Arts, the Arts Lottery, Creative Time, the Dakota Foundation, LEF Foundation, the Claneil Foundation, the Polaroid Foundation, and two grants from the Trust for Mutual Understanding for their work in Russia. She has received commissions from the Joyce Theater, Jacob’s Pillow, Dance Umbrella, Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, and nuArts at Northeastern University, among others.

This event is being held in conjunction with KAIROS’ Dance Residency at The Boston Center for The Arts. The Dance Residency at the Boston Center for the Arts gives choreographers the opportunity to create dance without the financial burden of rehearsal studio or theater rental. The BCA serves as the host for the selected company and through marketing support, helps develop an audience for residency events. This alleviates the choreographer’s workload of certain logistical and financial items, enabling the artist to focus completely on the creation of work and immersion into the process. 

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